Hatem Ben Arfa has reportedly been demanded to train with the Paris Saint-Germain’s reserve squad by boss Unai Emery.
He was linked with a move away from Parc des Prince this summer, but the winger refused to leave.
According to L’Equipe, the former Newcastle ace trained with the PSG reserve team on Monday morning.
Ben Arfa came close to signing a deal with former club Nice during the summer, but he refused to leave unless PSG paid his contract up.
The French outfit would have had to fork out a whopping £6m to cover the outstanding fee’s on the 30-year-old’s contract.
Ben Arfa experienced similar issues during his time with Newcastle United, when he was made to train with the Under-21 side by boss Alan Pardew.
The Frenchman was then released from his Toon contract in 2015 due to ongoing disputes with the manager.
He has failed to find his feet since joining the French giants a year ago, tallying just nine Ligue 1 appearances in 2017.