Willian, 32, signed for the Gunners on a free transfer from London rivals Chelsea last summer, and has since struggled to make the desired impact in Mikel Arteta’s team.
With another winger being potential brought into the club this summer in Arteta’s shake up of the squad, Willian is likely to become surplus to requirements at the Emirates Stadium.
Willian will have no shortage of options out there should he decide to move on, but not many clubs would be willing to pay the hefty wage demands of the Brazilian.
Arteta signed Willian to add much needed experience to his young squad, but a lack of goals and a lack of good performances are the reason why the 31-year-old has been been frozen out of the starting eleven.
A total of 8 goal involvements in 35 appearances this season in all competitions has not been sufficient and the Gunners manager has reflected on the difficulties Willian has experienced in his first season at the club.
The likes of Granit Xhaka, David Luiz, Bernd Leno, and Hector Bellerin could be shown the exit door this summer at the Emirates stadium, and Willian may be hoping to join them in an attempt to secure more first team football for next season.