Lazio and Fenerbahce are the latest clubs to be linked with a move for Joel Campbell.
Having been in Russia on international duty with Costa Rica, the attacking midfielder has a couple more weeks on holiday before he joins up with the rest of the squad for pre-season training on 23 July.
It looks likely that a decision on his future will be made after an initial meeting with Unai Emery. Like Lucas Perez, it appears the new coach wants to run the rule over his squad options before sanctioning sales and loan deals.
Campbell has one year left on his Arsenal contract and, having failed to make a real impact at the Emirates, will likely be allowed to leave after a seven-year spell that has included six loan moves. Last season the 26-year-old played for Real Betis – his second spell at the club – but struggled with knee and ankle injuries.
In addition to the interest from Lazio and Fenerbahce, the player was also recently linked with Galatasaray.
He played 114 minutes across two games at the World Cup, most notably helping his country to a 2-2 draw with Switzerland that included a corner assist and winning a late penalty.