According to this article in Marca Barcelona are looking at Koscielny and want to buy him for a measly, pathetic 15 million.
Barcelona may already have contacted Arsenal to start negotiations for the player and the Londoners would not be averse to his departure.
According to The Mirror, Kosc's agent has been talking and Bayern Munich are on the list of interested clubs:
Koscielny has already opened the exit door by claiming he could walk away if Arsenal fail to show ambition in the transfer market.
And his agent Stephane Courbois has now fuelled fresh talk that Koscielny, who has four years left on his contract, is a target for the European giants.
He said: "There is interest. I know that Laurent is part of a shortlist of three or four players for both clubs."
Arsene Wenger would loathe to lose the 27-year-old centre-back who enjoyed his best season since joining Arsenal in a £8.5m switch from Lorient three years ago. But Koscielny's words echo those of Robin van Persie, who left the Emirates for Manchester United last summer.
The comforting part of this article is the "Arsene Wenger would loathe..." bit - but for the rest:
Nope. Nope. Nope.