Arsenal striker Theo Walcott could leave the club before the end of the month after talks over a new deal stalled.
The forward appears to be in a stand-off with the club over a new five year deal, reportedly worth around £75,000 a-week.
Walcott is known to be keen to extend his stay at the Emirates but time for negotiations is running out.
His contract expires at the end of the season, which means Arsenal may be forced to cash-in on the winger before Friday's transfer deadline or risk losing him for free next Summer.
Manchester City and Liverpool are thought to be keen on signing Walcott, who joined Arsenal as a 16-year-old back in 2006.
He has gone on to play more than 200 times for the club and has also represented England on 28 occasions.