Arsenal have added Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez to their “list” of striker targets, according to The Times.
The newspaper claims that the Gunners are hopeful of landing the Argentinian international if they secure Champions League qualification.
Martinez, who is said to be valued at around the £60m mark, has also been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham in recent weeks, with Inter expected to sell the 24-year-old this summer.
The Times also report that Arsenal are looking to sign a second striker, with two other players currently being considered. The London club’s interest in Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus is well documented and it has been suggested that the Brazilian would cost around £40m.
Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin is also still believed to be on the Gunners’ radar. Back in January, the England international’s asking price was reportedly £60m but his fitness problems may lead to that figure being reduced considerably, especially if the Toffees are relegated.