With the transfer window just a matter of hours away, expect to see plenty of rumours concerning Arsenal and their search for a midfielder.
Given that Francis Coquelin started for Arsenal at West Ham on Sunday despite only just returning from a loan spell at Championship side Charlton, it's imperative that Arsenal add a midfielder who can compete with Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini.
The likes of William Carvalho (Sporting Lisbon), Grzegorz Krychowiak (Sevilla) and Jordan Veretout (Nantes) are just a handful of names linked with moves to the Emirates Stadium in recent weeks as manager Arsene Wenger searches for a holding midfielder.
Another name recently suggested as a target for Arsenal is Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, whose reputation is growing by the month after impressing with Dinamo Zagreb.
The 22-year-old has already made seven appearances for Croatia, and has been tracked by some of the world's biggest clubs this season - and Arsenal have reportedly made the first move.
According to reports in Italy, Arsenal have seen a €7m (£5.5m) bid rejected, with Dinamo holding out for around €10m (£7.8m) in order to sell their prized asset.
Given Arsenal's greater financial prowess, the Gunners are still favourites, but may need to move quickly to make sure they don't lose out on Brozovic.