Arsenal contract rebel Mesut Ozil faces having to climbdown from his personal demands to get a move away.
The Sun says no club is willing to meet his mammoth £330,000-a-week wage demands even though he could become available as a free agent at the end of the season.
Now Ozil's advisors may be forced to go back to Arsenal and try to revive the £250,000-a-week deal which he turned down in the summer.
The playmaker, 28, expected a mad scramble for his signature when it became clear he was looking to move on.
But Turkish champions Besiktas are the only side to have shown a serious interest and they are not able to pay anything like the £17million a year he is after.
Inter Milan are also monitoring Ozil's situation but even the Italian giants are unwilling to give him more than he has already been offered by Arsenal.