According to O Jogo, Arsenal are interested in signing FC Porto star Yacine Brahimi this summer after a stunning season from the Algerian.
The Gunners have hit their stride in recent weeks, and the 4-1 demolition of Liverpool on Saturday showed just what they can do when they're at their best.
Even after scintillating displays from Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, it appears that manager Arsene Wenger is still seeking attacking reinforcements, if new speculation is to be believed.
Portuguese newspaper O Jogo have reported that the Gunners have joined Milan, Paris Saint Germain and Manchester City in the race to sign Yacine Brahimi.
The French-born playmaker, 25, was one of the emerging stars of last summer's World Cup with Algeria, and his displays earned him a move to Porto from Spanish side Granada.
With 11 goals to his name this season, Brahimi has enjoyed a stunning start to life in Portugal - which now appears to have attracted the attention of Gunners boss Wenger.
Brahimi will surely go for big money if he is sold by Porto, who have recently sold the likes of James Rodriguez, Falcao and Joao Moutinho - and Brahimi could be their latest transfer market success story if Arsenal can land him this summer.