Hector Bellerin is reportedly set to lead an Arsenal exodus this summer, as the club prepare a major overhaul of the first-team squad.
The right-back is understood to be wanting a fresh challenge away from the Emirates Stadium and is keen to join a club competing for trophies, who are also regularly qualifying for European competitions.
The Sun reports that Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain and Serie A side AC Milan are both interested in Bellerin, as are La Liga giants Barcelona, where the Spaniard came through as an academy graduate.
Arsenal are now prepared to lower their £35m asking price, as they feel that in the current financial climate, no club would be willing to pay such as fee for the right-back.
As well as Bellerin, midfielder Matteo Guendouzi – who is currently on loan with Hertha Berlin – is also set to leave the club permanently, while Alexandre Lacazette, Calum Chambers, David Luiz and Eddie Nketiah could also be heading for the exit door.
Bellerin has played almost 250 times for the Gunners since joining the club's academy in 2011, including 34 appearances this campaign.