Arsenal is allegedly interested in signing Sheffield United's Sander Berge during the summer transfer season.
Berge is interested in joining the Gunners, according to football.london, after impressing in a difficult squad this season.
Berge is also being pursued by Everton and Aston Villa. Arsenal are willing to pay his release clause, which is estimated to be about £35 million.
According to a source close to the player, there is a great probability that he will join the Gunners this summer.
Liverpool are also interested in signing the midfielder, according to The Express, since they see him as a possible successor for Georginio Wijnaldum, who is poised to leave Anfield after his contract expires.
If Arsenal can clinch a permanent agreement for his compatriot Martin Odegaard, Berge may be persuaded to go to north London.
In the January transfer window, Odegaard joined the Gunners on loan from Real Madrid. Arsenal is also said to be interested in signing him on a long-term contract.
Carlo Ancelotti, the manager of Everton, stated earlier this year that he would explore adding a midfielder this summer, and the Toffees could make a genuine attempt to recruit Berge.