Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer is believed to have handed in a transfer request to make his way to Arsenal.
The 37-year-old shot-stopper was a pivotal part of the Cottagers' sensational Europa League run last term, and has been widely tipped to make a move to north London and join the Gunners - who were previously reported to have offered the Australian a player-coach role at the club.
The new manager of the west Londoners, Mark Hughes, had recently maintained that he intends to keep the former Middlesbrough 'keeper.
But it appears as thought the veteran custodian has other plans, as The Sun claims that he has handed in a transfer request to make a move away from the club.
Fulham have already rejected a £2 million bid from Arsenal in the past, for the services of Schwarzer.