Arsenal will need a big offer from AC Milan to convince them to let Jakub Kiwior leave in the January transfer window, with a loan not on the table.

That’s according to Tuttomercatoweb, who say Arsenal need ‘something juicier’ than that to consider letting him depart.

Kiwior has been heavily linked with a move away from Arsenal in the coming weeks after barely featuring for them since joining in the January transfer window this year.

AC Milan are believed to be keen on him as they look to bolster their squad in the winter window and several reports in the last few weeks have indicated that they may try to get him on loan.

That was quickly dismissed and a report yesterday indicated no deal would be happening as it simply didn’t make sense for Arsenal.

TMW continue on that thread today, stating that ‘it is difficult’ to get Kiwior as he remains a part of Arsenal’s plans for the time being and ‘shifting situations and balances’ in January will not be easy for Milan.

If a ‘very high proposal’ were to arrive them they may think about a deal, but it won’t be a loan as they need ‘something juicier’ than that.

In other words, the potential of a deal for him seems extremely unlikely and so Milan are casting around looking at other options instead.

They’ll be hoping Arsenal’s stance can be changed or at least swayed in the coming weeks but for the time being, it seems Kiwior won’t be departing the Emirates.