Arsenal's ambitions to capture Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans have apparently been bolstered.
While two new attackers may be at the top of Arsenal's priority list this summer, Mikel Arteta is anticipated to strengthen in the middle of the pitch.
Arsenal's challenge of persuading players to relocate to the Emirates Stadium is made considerably more difficult by their failure to qualify for the Champions League.
Nonetheless, according to The Telegraph, Tielemans is still open to a move to North London because of his desire to play in the Europa League.
With only one year left on his contract at the King Power Stadium, the Belgium international will be inundated with bids during the forthcoming transfer window.
According to reports, the Foxes may be willing to entertain offers in the area of £25 million, with other Premier League and top European teams keeping an eye on the situation.
Despite the potential of a higher-profile player joining Arsenal, Mohamed Elneny is believed to have agreed to a contract extension.