Aaron Ramsey remains committed to Arsenal for the rest of the season even though talks over a new contract have collapsed.
While transfer speculation continues to mount, Ramsey insisted this week he has no plans to leave Arsenal in January.
And according to Italian daily Corriere dello Sport, they have tasked Gazidis with convincing the midfielder to move to Italy with the Rossoneri next summer.
The Fekir deal collapsed in the summer and it would cost in excess of £50million to revive, but Ramsey is likely to be available for less than half that figure, given he now has just six months left to run on his contract.
However, Ramsey in a chat with UK Sun has admitted that he will remain with the Unai Emery tutored-side, until the end of his contract at the EPL club.
In recent years, the club have allowed a number of top performers to run down their contracts in order to negotiate a better deal.
The Welshman is on global duty and he said, "Will I stay for the rest of the season?"
"But I don't know how far Arsenal will go in terms of giving him a huge contract".
"Of course, yeah", he replied when asked if he could stay at Arsenal for the remainder of the campaign.
"Everything has been going great with the club", he said.
"That's a decision that they have made and things happen in football and you just have to get on with it and carry on playing the best I can".