Ivorian has failed to settle at the Emirates.
Arsenal are understood to be prepared to let misfiring front man Gervinho depart the club for Turkish giants Galatasaray at the end of the season, says the Daily Express.
The Ivory Coast international has only been at the Emirates for two years now having arrived in north London from Ligue 1 outfit Lille for £10.8 million, however, the 25-year-old has failed to fully establish himself up front at the Emirates in the intervening period.
Gervinho has netted just nine Premier League goals in 46 outings, while overall he only has 11 goals to his name in 61 matches in all competitions for the Gunners in that two-year period, with manager Arsene Wenger having finally lost patience with the forward.
However, Turkish champions Galatasaray are understood to be willing to offer £12m for the player when the summer transfer window reopens on 1 June, with Arsenal said to be keen to offload Gervinho in order to help fund the acquistion of a new attacker.