Jack Wilshere is weighing up five loan offers, including three from Premier League clubs, Sky sources understand.
The 24-year-old was left out of Sam Allardyce's first England squad for their opening World Cup qualifier against Slovakia, with the new national team boss saying Wilshere needed to play regular first-team football to force his way back into contention.
According to Sky sources, Premier League sides Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Watford have all made offers to take Wilshere on loan, as well as Portuguese top-flight clubs Sporting Lisbon and Benfica.
Arsenal have very limited time to find a suitor for Wilshere with the transfer deadline looming - the summer window closes at 11pm on Wednesday.
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The central midfielder has made just two substitute appearances for Arsene Wenger's side so far this season, having only made three appearances in the entire 2015/16 Premier League campaign due to injury.
Wilshere has found opportunities hard to come by with Wenger having signed Egypt international Mohamed Elneny from Basel in the January transfer window and spent £34m to bring Switzerland star Granit Xhaka to the club earlier in the summer.