Arsenal are keeping tabs on Borussia Monchengladbach striker Alassane Plea’s situation, according to the Daily Mail.
The France international could be sold in the summer with Gladbach keen to raise funds after being hit hard by the global health crisis.
Plea is also reportedly “ready to leave” and the Gunners will not be his only suitors, with other teams in England, Italy and Germany all said to be keen on snapping him up.
Leicester and West Ham have also tracked the 28-year-old in the past, but it remains to be seen whether they will revive their interest now he is available for transfer.
Plea had an excellent Champions League campaign, scoring five goals and providing four assists in eight appearances, but he has managed just five more in domestic competitions.
With Arsenal expected to offload both Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah this summer, if they can’t agree new contracts, Plea could well be considered as an option to strengthen their attack.