A number of clubs in the Premier League and abroad are waiting for Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere to make a decision about his future, according to Sky sources.
Sky Sports News understands Arsenal have made the 26-year-old a contract offer, and it is now up to the player himself to decide whether to sign it or not.
Wilshere is weighing up the number of first-team playing opportunities he would get at Arsenal under new manager Unai Emery against potential playing time elsewhere.
Wilshere's current deal runs out on July 1st, allowing him to join a new club on a free transfer this summer.
Wilshere has struggled with injuries in recent years but played 38 times for Arsenal last season in what proved to be Arsene Wenger's final campaign at the club.
Arsenal have already tied down Granit Xhaka to a long term contract and Sky Sports News understands talks continue with Sampdoria over the signing of Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira - with both parties in discussions over terms and agents' fees.
Newspaper reports have linked Wilshere with a move to Premier League sides Crystal Palace, West Ham, Everton and Wolves, as well as Serie A's Juventus, AC Milan and Sampdoria.