- No club has come forward to inquire about the availability of Mesut Ozil
- The German's contract at the Emirates stadium expires in the summer of 2018
- Players at Arsenal are unhappy with Ozil's perceived lack of effort in matches
- Wenger has admitted he might be forced to sell Ozil and Sanchez in January
Arsenal have sent out Mesut Ozil's name to top clubs around Europe for a possible sale in January after failing to agree a new deal with the German midfielder.
Arsene Wenger has already admitted that he could be forced to sell the German and Alexis Sanchez in January with their contracts due to expire next summer.
The Mirror reports that Ozil's wage demands have put off a number of clubs, although Inter Milan have expressed an interest.
Team-mate Sanchez, who is seeking a £330,000-a-week package is wanted by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola to complete his attacking puzzle.
Ozil is no longer a guaranteed starter for Wenger after a sluggish start to the season.
Arsenal players are beginning to complain of a perceived lack of desire and it has started to create rifts in the dressing room.
Wenger takes his side to play Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League on Thursday before a trip to face Everton in the league.
The Gunners are already nine points behind leaders Manchester City in the Premier League table.