Mathieu Debuchy’s exit from Arsenal has been blocked by the player’s injury.
The France international wants to leave the Emirates this summer and Arsenal are also prepared to let him leave but the player’s injury could make it difficult for the club to offload him.
Debuchy’s exit from the Emirates could be blocked as the fullback is currently carrying a calf injury he picked up during training.
Debuchy fell out with Wenger last season which subsequently led to him spending the last six months of the campaign on loan with Bordeaux.
He has since returned to the club but Wenger has told him he doesn’t feature in his future plans should he stay beyond the transfer window. Interested clubs would have to take a risk on the defender’s fitness to save him from a season of uncertainty at the Emirates.
Previous reports had claimed West Ham and Galatasaray were considering a move for the defender but both clubs have moved onto other targets because they had doubts about the defender’s fitness level.
The defender joined Arsenal from Newcastle for around £12m in 2014 and made just 21 appearances for the club before losing his place to Hector Bellerin.