Arsenal are still yet to find suitors for Shkodran Mustafi after Fenerbahce ended their interest in the defender.
Mustafi is surplus to requirements at The Emirates following a disappointing spell in north London.
Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahce were believed to have short-listed Mustafi, but after signing Adil Rami on a free transfer they have dropped their interest.
Meanwhile, Roma had been linked with a move for the German centre-back, but Sky Sport Italia say that interest has faded after Arsenal set their asking price at around £25m.
The European transfer window doesn’t slam shut until Monday 2nd September, so there is still time for Mustafi to find himself a new club.
The 27 year-old is yet to make a single appearance for the Gunners this season and has been told by head coach Unai Emery that he has no future at the club.
Arsenal may need to lower there asking price if they’re to get a deal done.