Arsene Wenger has opened talks over a deal to retain the services of one of his most important first team players.
The likes of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have been linked with a departure as they continue to delay the decision to renew their contracts.
And another man with only a year remaining on his deal is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who has been rumoured to be considering a move to Liverpool.
However, the Sun are claiming that Arsenal have now opened talks with the 23-year-old over the signing of a new long-term contract.
The report claims that Oxlade-Chamberlain has been offered a new deal which will see him earn around $127,000-a-week (£100,000-a-week) in wages.
Following an erratic couple of years which saw him troubled by injuries, the England international enjoyed his best season in Arsenal colours last term, especially after Wenger’s switch to a new system which saw him feature at right wing-back.