Italian international had previously been linked with switch to the Emirates.
Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti has no intention of leaving the Italian capital this summer according to his agent, Beppe Bozzo.
The 30-year-old had previously been linked with a move to Arsenal last month, while a number of the top clubs in Serie A have been monitoring him for some time.
He joined the Biancocelesti back in 2011 and has since gone on to become one of the most consistent performers in the league, also helping the capital club to Coppa Italia success last season.
The Italian international also has experience in Europe following Lazio’s run in the Europa League last year, but it appears as though he has no desire to leave the club for a move abroad any time soon.
“Marchetti is not available for transfer,” the representative told Sport Italia as reported by football-italia.net.
“He is actually getting quite annoyed by the links with foreign clubs.”
As a result, it is expected that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will switch his attention elsewhere, although at this stage there is no confirmation from either club that a concrete offer was ever made.
Having established himself as a starter for Lazio, Marchetti’s next objective will be to secure his place in Cesare Prandelli’s Italy squad ahead of the World Cup next year.
The stopper stepped in at the last World Cup after first-choice Gigi Buffon picked up an injury in the opening game against Paraguay.
However, since then the likes of Salvatore Sirigu and Morgan De Sanctis have received notable minutes and appear to have moved ahead in the pecking order.