Arsenal are reluctant to offer lifelong Gunner Jack Wilshere a new contract, putting the midfielder's future in danger.
Wilshere came through the academy and youth teams at the North London club before making the jump to the senior team in 2008.
While Arsenal have been trying desperately to get Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez to sign new deals as they enter the final year of the their contracts, the Daily Star report that the England international (who also has just a year left) hasn't been offered any extension.
With no other clubs reportedly showing an interest in Wilshere at the moment, his future has become uncertain and he could be forced to hunt for a new club as a free agent.
Wilshere would clearly prefer to stay at the Emirates, but with his current salary expectations the Gunners are reluctant to pay up for a player whose once promising career has been disrupted by inconsistent form and multiple serious injuries.
That curse was somewhat broke last season during his loan spell at Bournemouth where he played the majority of the season making 29 league appearances with two assists, before being ruled out with a broken leg in April.
The midfielder is currently out action and could miss the start of pre-season, which will already make him an unlikely option for the start of the season.