Arsenal star Mathieu Debuchy has revealed his intentions to consider his options in the January window, Metro reports.
The 30-year-old completed his move back in the summer of 2014, but his debut campaign was cut short due to a number of injury problems.
He then lost his place in the squad to promoted academy star Hector Bellerin after the 20-year-old impressed manager Arsene Wenger when given the opportunity.
Debuchy admitted that he could be leaving in the upcoming window given that he wants to impress France manager Didier Deschamps ahead of Euro 2016.
“I’ll look at the offers to move,” he said.
“I love England and the football here, but why not return to France.
“Of course I would be disappointed not to make the Euros, it’s probably my last chance to play in such a situation.”
It is now believed that he could make a return to France after beginning his senior career with Lille before making a switch to Newcastle United back in 2013.
West Bromwich Albion are also said to be considering a move for his services, with an exit from the Emirates likely to be seen as a blow to Wenger.
The French manager has suffered a huge number of injury concerns so far this season as his exit could further limit his options.