Arsenal have reportedly registered their interest in Sevilla winger Jesus Navas.
According to imscouting.com, Spanish radio station, Cadena Sar, reports that the north London club - along with Inter Milan - have 'made enquiries' about the 25-year-old Spaniard and will battle for his signature when the transfer window reopens in June.
Navas has been linked with a move to Arsenal for some time - with previous reports suggesting that the Gunners had reached an informal agreement with the attacker over a summer switch.
Itasportpress.it reported in September that the Spain international and his representatives have a verbal deal with Arsenal - with future discussions set to take place to officially finalise a transfer.
Navas would certainly be an exciting option for Arsenal, but his services will come at a price. Arsene Wenger will have to uncharacteristically splash out to land the midfielder, with a buyout clause of €35 million written into the contract of the World Cup winner.
The diminutive wide-man has spent his entire professional career in Seville - scoring 17 goals in just under 200 appearances. He has 10 caps for Spain - including an appearance in the World Cup final - and has supposedly been convinced to move to the Emirates Stadium by international teammate and Arsenal captain, Cesc Fabregas.