Nicklas Bendtner could finally be heading out of the Emirates Stadium after Hamburg registered an interest in the Dane.
The striker has been out on loan at Sunderland and Juventus in the past two seasons after declaring he would never play for Arsenal again. Despite his loan at Juventus ending in July, the club informed the player not to return to training.
The tall Danish international has been in talks with several clubs during the summer but moves have failed due to his high wage demands of £50,000-a-week.
The 25-year old is believed to prefer a move to Malaga but will have to lower his demands in order to seal a move.
Meanwhile Hamburg are the sixth side to try and sign the striker with a bid of £2.5 million. The other five clubs all had fees accepted but the moves stalled at the personal terms stage, something Hamburg that could break down yet another move for the egotistical attacker.
Hopes of remaining at Arsenal are very slim with the player yet to be given a squad number, two weeks in to the season. The player himself has also ruled staying having become fed up at the club, feeling undervalued at the Emirates.