Frenchman is reportedly willing to leave the Gunners for free after the upcoming campaign, and is thought to have told his team-mates that he will not sign a new contract
Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri is believed to be willing to remain in north London for another year and then leave on a Bosman transfer.
The 24-year-old had a breakthrough campaign last season, making 46 appearances, scoring 15 goals and contributing five assists. His performances also saw him nominated for the PFA Player of the Year and PFA Young Player of the Year awards.
Despite his strong showings, Arsene Wenger's men again failed to lay their hands on any silverware, as the trophy drought extended to six years.
Since the end of the season the former Marseille man has been heavily linked with a move away from the club, with Manchester City thought to be interested in his services.
Now The Sun reports that the midfielder is ready to see out his contract at Ashburton Grove and leave for free next summer.
Furthermore, it has been reported that the Gunner has told his team-mates that he is not going to sign a new contract with the club.
For his part, Arsenal manager Wenger has maintained that he would be willing to risk losing the midfielder for free in order to keep him at the club for another season.
He said: "I'm willing to keep him for another year, even if it means we risk losing him for nothing in a year's time.
"I think the board agrees with me as it is a technical decision. Our goal is to win the championship and we need good players to do that."