Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Kim Kallstrom will leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season once his loan deal with the Gunners expires.
The Sweden international was Arsenal's only signing during the January transfer window, joining the north London club on a six-month loan deal from Spartak Moscow.
The 31-year-old was expected to provide cover for the then-injured Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere but suffered a back problem during his first training session that left him side-lined for a month.
And having made just four appearances for the Gunners since his arrival, the Arsenal manager confirmed that they are ready to part with him in the summer.
"He is on loan, so he belongs to Moscow and will go back to Moscow," Wenger was quoted by Daily Mail.
Meanwhile, it is expected that unsettled striker Nicklas Bendtner will join Kallstrom and leave Arsenal in the summer after he revealed that he is keen on making a switch to the Bundesliga once his contract at the Emirates Stadium expires.
"I like Italy a lot, but the German league also looks exciting. Bayern are strongly in command, but they can be challenged," Bendtner said.
"I do not have a particular preference, because all I want is a place where I get regular match practice and can be happy."
At the same time, the future of Bacary Sagna remains uncertain, The French full-back is out of contract at the end of the season and a number of reports recently claimed that he may move to Manchester City in the summer.