Sead Kolašinac is unsurprisingly considering his transfer options in the current window, but he’s not looking to terminate his Arsenal contract.
Football.London report that Sead Kolašinac is drawing interest from Lazio and Fenerbahce, though links to Olympiacos are reportedly wide of the mark. Both Lazio and Fenerbahce want Kolašinac on a permanent deal, though Arsenal are unlikely to receive a large fee.
The good news is that they’re set to at least bring in some kind of fee. Unlike various other players to leave over the last 12 months, Kolašinac is not in talks with Arsenal to terminate his contract, according to Chris Wheatley.
It’s pretty clear that it’s in Kolašinac’s best interests to find a new club before the end of the month. There’s little chance the left-back will play much at all under Mikel Arteta, given Kieran Tierney and Nuno Tavares are both available.
Though he only has a year on his deal with Arsenal, Kolašinac also wouldn’t be best served seeing it out and moving on as a free agent. He’s already stalled for long enough, and his list of interested clubs is only going to grow smaller after a year without playing.