Bayern Munich midfielder Luiz Gustavo says he'd be happy to complete a move to Arsenal if the clubs reach an agreement.
With Mario Götze joining Bayern this summer, first-team football could be hard to get for the Brazilian midfielder.
Only making 22 league caps last season, fighting for his place in the team will become even harder for the 26-year-old this season.
Both Wolfsburg and Napoli are reportedly also interested in the midfielder and he is said available for around £17million.
Arsenal have been quiet on the transfer market so far, with Yaya Sanogo being their only signing so far.
Gustavo is keen on getting first-team football next season but his contract with Bayern ends in 2015.
"It is very important for me to achieve first-team football next season so I can keep on playing for the national team," said the defensive midfielder.
"I have both personal and professional reasons to move, my situation at Bayern is delicate and it needs sorting out.
"Arsenal is a big club and I would be happy to play for them, they play attractive football and that's one of the reasons I would like to play for them.
"Arsene Wenger is also a fantastic manager, which you could see last season when we faced them in the Champions League, even though we won, Arsenal played very well," the Brazilian said.
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