This report is according to the Telegraph, they suggest Arsenal are about to lose Frenchman Mathieu Debuchy who is currently unhappy at the club and he could finally make the transfer in January.
Debuchy has been advised by France coach Didier Deschamps to leave the Emirates in other to save his career and also if he wants to be have a place in his squad in the Euro 2016 tournament.
The former Newcastle united isbeleived to be unhappy since he lost his first team start at Arsenal and was dropped from his national duties in October.
The 30-year-old last featured for France in September during their 2-1 win over Serbia and was introduced mid-week by Arsene Wenger due to lack of options due to injury problems rocking the team.
“Mathieu [Debuchy] has not lost all of his qualities overnight. But he has played very little. He needs to face up to the competition at his club,” Goal.com quoted Deschamps as saying.
“I spoke to him in September. He is a player who is under contract at Arsenal. He is somebody who is rational and intelligent.
“You cannot pretend to be at 100 per cent at international level when you play so little. It’s up to him to see what happens in December, January.”
The Telegraph suggested that Debuchy will be considering his Arsenal future when the transfer window re-opens in January after he was dropped by Deschamps for the France squad in October. The full-back was signed by Wenger for £12m ($18.2m) and could leave the north London club, unless he pips Bellerin for a place in the starting lineup in the next two months.