Josip Drmic has sold his left-hand steering car. German media believe that might mean a potential move to England.
Arsenal are set to be looking for a striker this summer to complement Olivier Giroud - with the Frenchman currently the one and only proven front-line striker at the club.
Many a name has been mentioned as a potential signing - but it is Nurnberg striker Josip Drmic who has become one of the favourites to arrive at The Emirates.
Reportedly available at €5 million should the club get relegated - he is also being scouted by Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach in his homeland - and Nurnberg managing director Martin Bader did recently state:
"I'm not going to stand there and say, Josip is not for sale."
Meanwhile the player himself has admitted he will leave should the club get relegated:
"With so many hits it's always interesting. I do not want to play second league. "
One man who is certain he will be joining the club is Lothar Matthaus. The player turned coach turned pundit is sure that the Swiss international has already agreed to move to Arsenal.
And today the German press were reporting it once again - with a rather odd reasoning behind their latest deduction.
He is selling his car.
Drmic has reportedly put his €120k Audi RS5 up for sale - and Bild hypothesise that this is for one reason and one reason only.
He will have no use for his left-hand drive vehicle in the UK. He is apparently going to buy himself a Lamborghini Aventador as his new dream car - but will he buy it with his signing on fee at Arsenal.
But there is of course always a logical explanation for everything ... and Drmic could quite simply just fancy a change of car.