Arsenal are ready to revive their interest in Stephan El Shaarawy this summer, despite the fact the AC Milan striker has managed to score just one goal all season. The 22-year-old has struggled for fitness and form at the San Siro this campaign, but that hasn't deterred Arsene Wenger from making a prospective bid. The Italy international was heavily linked with a move to the Emirates during the winter window but a transfer never materialised. However, the Gunners are considering going back in for him. According to the Daily Telegraph, an offer of £11.8 million will be enough to convince the Serie 'A' giants to cash-in on a player that hasn't featured for Pippo Inzaghi's side since their 3-1 defeat against Lazio at the end of January. El Shaarawy was recently linked with a loan move to Genoa, but a permanent sale is likely to be much more appealing, particularly if Arsenal are prepared to pay such a significant fee.