Arsenal veteran Tomas Rosicky will leave the club this summer as a free agent when his contract expires.
The Sun report that the 34-year-old has been having discussions with the Gunners with an eye to extending his stay in north London for another 12 months.
However, he will refuse to put pen to paper after becoming increasingly frustrated at his complete lack of involvement throughout the season.
In fact, Rosicky hasn’t featured in the first XI since Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Newcastle on the 21st of March and has totalled only 17 appearances this season, just seven of those being starts.
The Sun say that despite his love for the club, he is reluctant to spend what could possibly his final year as a professional footballer bench-warming.
Arsene Wenger, meanwhile, will try his best to convince the Czech international to stay in the Premier League but cannot offer him first team football.
A number of German clubs are thought to be interested in a player with Bundesliga experience, Rosicky joined Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in 2006 for £7 million.