Arsenal are expected to allow U.S.-born Nigerian striker Folarin Balogun to leave the Emirates this summer after breaking a new contract.
Balogun, 18, who has yet to make his Arsenal debut, impressed Gunners' under 23s, scoring 10 goals in 16 games this season.
The club declined an offer of £ 5 million to Balogun of Brentford in January, hoping for a new contract with him.
But according to The Athletic, after failing to move forward in negotiations, Arsenal are ready to sell it when the transfer window reopens, as long as a suitable offer arrives.
Balogun's current deal expires at the end of next season and the Gunners would receive only limited compensation for him, especially if he moves abroad.
Mikel Arteta has given chances to several young players since he replaced Unai Emery last December, but Balogun is yet to take the step.
The New York-born striker is said to have decided his future is elsewhere, with "a number of Europe's leading clubs" interested in him.
Arsenal hopes to insert a heavy sale clause into any deal it makes this summer, after seeing several young men – including Serge Gnabry and Donyell Malen – shine after leaving the Emirates to play on the continent.
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