Mesut Ozil appears to have given up hope of reviving his Arsenal career by putting his £8m house on the market.
The star has been frozen out by Gunners boss Unai Emery the term amid claims that he does not work hard enough in training.
Turkish side Fenerbahce are rumoured to be interested in taking Ozil on loan, despite having dismissed similar claims in the summer.
“Under the current economic conditions, such a step is not possible for both parties,” said a club statement in July.
The 30-year-old is the Gunners’ highest-paid player, having signed a £350,000-a-week contract in 2018.
Ozil’s London pad features six bedrooms, its own home-cinema, modern kitchen, built-in bar and even a wine cellar.
And according to Turkish outlet FotoSpor , Ozil now wants to sell the mansion which he bought in 2016.
The report states that the leaving Arsenal in January is a possibility and brokering a deal to join Fenerbahce is feasible.
Ozil and team-mate Sead Kolasinac were attacked in a bungled robbery attempt earlier this year.
His wife Amine Gulse subsequently moved back to Germany, reportedly stating that she would never live in London again.
Emery has preferred that hard-working Dani Ceballos to Ozil since capturing the Spaniard on loan from Real Madrid.
Young Gunner Joe Willock has also proven himself worthy of a place in the starting XI more regularly than the club’s highest-earner.
And Arsenal hero Ray Parlour say Ozil’s time at the Emirates is up and he needs to find a new club.
“I’ve been really impressed with the youngsters coming through [at Arsenal],” said Parlour on Monday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. “They’ve got a lot of people now.
“Ozil isn’t even in the squad now! I think that’s the end of his career at Arsenal, because you’ve got youngsters who deserve an opportunity more than him at the moment.”