Despite only signing a new deal with Manchester United earlier this season, Nani's agent has revealed that the winger expects to leave Old Trafford this summer.
In truth, the Portuguese winger has struggled for consistency throughout his time at the Theatre of Dreams and the man that was once tipped to fill the boots of Cristiano Ronaldo has just never taken off at the club.
However - at times - we've seen the star quality that Nani possesses. On his day, he's a world beater and can terrorise defences. Arsenal themselves have been on the end of the wrath of Nani, when the United superstar has been at his ultimate best.
An eye for goal, quick and skilful, there's no doubt that Nani has the talent and it's clear to see that he needs a fresh start.
So, with the season coming to an end, would it be crazy to suggest that Arsenal should make a move for him in the next transfer window?
After all, the Gunners were linked with him last summer...
And, right now, Arsenal lack pace in their side. Of course, Theo Walcott will return to the setup next season and the Gunners still have Oxlade-Chamberlain in their ranks, but Nani would offer them something different.
Perhaps the addition of Nani could allow Walcott take up the role as a striker at the Emirates. Olivier Giroud has come in for a lot of criticism in recent time, so perhaps Walcott should be handed the the role up top on a permanent basis.
Then, with the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Nani and Mesut Ozil behind him, Arsenal have three players that give them very different options.
But ultimately, all three stars have great quality and could turn Arsenal into a real threat. Imagine the likes of Walcott and Nani running at defences, having been played in by the brilliant Ozil.
Manchester United owe Arsenal, too. Arsene Wenger sold Robin van Persie to the Red Devils in 2012, so now it's time for the Red Devils to return the favour.
It's also about time Arsenal started taking players from their rivals. Bringing Nani to the club could prove to be a shrewd bit of business by the Arsenal boss.