Moa Abdellaoue's agent has confirmed that some of Europe's top clubs are interested in his client's services.
The Norwegian international striker has emerged on the Arsenal radar in the past week, but Stig Lillejord claims the Gunners are not the only club keen on the 25-year-old.
A Russian club is also claimed to have made a big in excess of £10 million for the Hannover 96 forward, and the agent believes January could be an interesting period for all parties.
"We are going to see what is to happen in the next transfer window," Lillejord told TV2.
"I am able to confirm that there are big clubs from Europe having their eyes on Moa.
"At this point in time the player just focuses on his football campaign."
Arsenal strengthened their attacking options in the summer transfer window, landing South Korean skipper Park Chu-Young before the August 31st deadline last month.
However, the loan exit of Nicklas Bendtner meant Arsene Wenger did not add depth in the position at the Emirates, and Abdellaoue has emerged as a candidate should Arsenal look to pursue more targets in the position.