Arsenal are willing to part with their record breaking signing Mesut Ozil in January, and this has led to Bayern Munich, the German champions, lining up a £30 million bid for the player, as reported by the Daily Express.
Ozil has failed to settle entirely since making the move to Arsenal from Real Madrid.
The move was completed on deadline day in August of 2013, with Arsene Wenger belying his usual nature to spend a staggering £42.5 million on the World Cup winner.
His displays since the start of the season have been increasingly disappointing, and he has come under criticism as a result.
There were suggestions that Bayern were chasing Ozil in the summer, but a bid for him was turned down by the Gunners.
With Arsenal now thought to be willing to part with the German international midfielder, Bayern are believed to be lining up a fresh £30 million bid to bring him to the Allianz Arena.