Arsenal reserve goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has decided to reject a contract offer from the north London outfit in order to play first-football elsewhere.
Goal believe Arsene Wenger made a late attempt to tie the Polish goalkeeper down to a new deal, however the Frenchman was unable to convince the 29-year-old into putting pen to paper.
Fabianski is on the lookout for a club that will offer him regular first-team football after spending much of his Arsenal career on the substitutes' bench.
The former Legia Warsaw custodian made just one Premier League appearance last season as he remains behind his fellow countryman Wojciech Szczesny in the pecking order.
Fabianski is already attracting serious interest from Bundesliga duo Schalke and Borussia Dortmund ahead of the goalkeeper becoming a free agent at the end of next month.
The Polish international, who played a major role in Arsenal's FA Cup triumph by featuring in every round of the competition, stated after his side's win against Hull City that it was likely to be his last appearance for the club.
"It was probably my last game for Arsenal," said Fabianski.
"I don't know what I can say, but if I end my Arsenal career in that way then it is the best way to finish."