Mathieu Flamini will leave Arsenal at the end of the season after being told he will not be offered a new deal.
The Frenchman hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons on Tuesday night after conceding a penalty just 47 seconds after coming on as a substitute in the 2-0 defeat by Barcelona.
Flamini is keen to stay at the Emirates Stadium beyond the summer and wants a new 12-month deal.

However, the club have not opened discussions with the former AC Milan man about an extension with Flamini now set to leave on a free transfer this summer.
Having started the season as an outcast, the 31-year-old has been thrust back into Arsene Wenger’s plans during the last few months due to a host of injuries in central midfield.

Flamini had hoped his re-integration may persuade the club to offer him a new deal, but he now looks destined for the Emirates Stadium exit.
Arsenal are committed to revamping their central midfield options this summer.

Mikel Arteta and Tomas Rosicky will join Flamini in leaving this summer, with Gunners scouts in the midst of identifying targets to replace the trio.
Arsenal have already begun replenishing their midfield options with the January capture of Mohamed Elneny.
And at least one big-name central midfielder is expected to arrive before the start of next season.