Emirates Stadium side keen to find buyer for midfielder.
The 31-year-old is something of a bit-part player at the Emirates Stadium and has a year to run on his current contract and the North London side are keen to see the French international’s £60k a week wages wiped off their balance sheet.
Flamini returned to the Emirates Stadium in 2013 after five years away at AC Milan and the defensive midfielder has looked one-dimensional when called upon and is a shadow of the player who impressed greatly in his first spell in North London.
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Flamini made 15 Premier League starts last season but is yet to feature thus far in 2015/16 and his potential options regarding a deadline-day transfer are fairly reduced given most major European sides are now unable to make signings.