Arsenal striker Joel Campbell is ready to quit the Emirates after growing increasingly frustrated by his lack of first-team action. (The Mirror)
The Costa Rica international - who starred at the World Cup in Brazil - is reportedly furious with Arsene Wenger for being axed from the past two matchday squads.
Campbell did not make the cut for Saturday's Premier League win over Burnley or the Gunners 18-man list for Tuesday's Champions League draw with Anderlecht.
He's also been restricted to just one senior start in the Capital One Cup defeat against Southampton, despite indications he would have a more important role in the team this year, especially after Wenger blocked a proposed loan move to Benfica.
And, with Yaya Sanogo back in the reckoning and Olivier Giroud closing in on an early return to fitness, the 22-year-old's prospects don't look any brighter, which could force an Arsenal exit.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is set to miss out on Swiss defender Stephan Lichtsteine, who is close to agreeing a new deal with Juventus. (London Evening Standard)
The 30-year-old right-back is approaching the end of his contract with the Serie 'A' champions, and had been identified for a possible move to the Emirates, but now it looks as though he'll commit his future to Massimiliano Allegri's side.
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce says he has not given up hope of securing star defender Winston Reid on a new long-term deal, despite reported transfer interest from Arsenal. (Daily Star)
The New Zealand international's current deal at Upton Park expires at the end of the season, and Arsene Wenger had been hoping to lure him to the Emirates. But, the Hammers remain confident of keeping him in east London.
Arsenal are set to make a £10 million bid for FC Basel centre-back Fabian Schar in January, as Arsene Wenger looks to strengthen his defensive department in north London. (The Metro)
The Gunner have been monitoring the 22-year-old for many months, and finally appear ready to firm up their interest in the player when the transfer window reopens at the turn of the year.