William Saliba is determined to leave Arsenal on loan when the transfer window reopens at the turn of the year.
The centre-back joined the Gunners from Saint-Etienne for £28m in 2019, but he was immediately loaned back to the French side.
His 2019/2020 campaign was far from perfect as it was disrupted by injuries and he ended up with only 17 appearances in all competitions.
Earlier this summer, it appeared that he could be integrated into the Gunners’ first-team, but that has not been the case.
He was named in the Premier League squad earlier last month, but has yet to play a single minute for the first-team to date.
According to Foot-sur7, Saliba wants to play regular first-team football and he is prepared to take a huge cut on his £90,000-a-week wages to leave on loan.
Saint-Etienne are keen on retaining Saliba’s services for the backend of the campaign, but there is also interest from Fulham, Brentford and Rennes.