Yoann Gourcuff has refused to rule out the possibility of leaving Ligue 1 side Lyon amid reported interest from Arsenal.
The France international has struggled to capture his best form for the club since completing a big-money transfer from Bordeaux in 2010.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly keen on a loan deal with a view to a permanent transfer, and the 26-year-old has admitted he is open to the idea.
"If clubs are interested and interesting, I don't close the door on anything at all," Gourcuff said in Ouest France.
"The most important thing is to play, but I have to look at the sporting project, whether they count on me, the means that we're give to succeed, and if they have clear ideas which don't change after a defeat."
Meanwhile, Gourcuff's team-mate and fellow Arsenal target Clement Grenier says he will not make a decision on his future until he has fulfilled his international commitments with France.
"I'm training here in Uruguay and Brazil," he commented. "It feels good to be far from France right now because I've heard a lot of things about me lately.
"I can't give answers to everybody. I want to enjoy these 10 days of training. We will see about my future after the internationals, during my vacation."