Arshavin has offers after Gunners announce his departure.
Departing Arsenal winger Andrei Arshavin has offers from across Europe according to his agent.
The Russian is set to officially leave the Gunners on a free transfer next month after making 144 appearances in north London since arriving in 2009.
Arshavin spent the second half of the 2011/12 season on loan at former club Zenit St Petersburg and has been linked with a return to his homeland, as well as Turkish club Besiktas.
But agent Scott Fisher insisted the 32-year-old has a number of options and would decide on his future when he returned from holiday.
“Besiktas? No comment. No we have some possibilities; there are interested teams from different countries,” Fisher is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
“Andrey is on holiday at the moment so we’ll discuss the current situation this weekend. Can he go back to Russia? There’s a chance for this. But we have to discuss all possibilities and we have to find out what is the best for Andrey.”
Arshavin made just 11 appearances for the Gunners last season but Fisher stressed that his client is still keen to play at the highest level.
“He’s still very ambitious. He’s a great footballer in a good age and ready to play. Money is not the most important criteria. He’s ready for new challenges and he’s ready to play.”
Fisher also said that playing in Europe could be a decisive factor in deciding Arshavin’s future destination.
“We have lots of possibilities but I can admit that it is European football that is really interesting,” he said.
“Champions League or Europa League – these are great competitions.”
Watch Arshavin’s stunning four goal haul against Liverpool in April 2009: