Arsenal are interested in signing Polish youngster Bartlomej Dragowski, report The Mail.
Dragowski plays for Jagiellonia Bialystok and is 18-years-old, but the Gunners are not the only big side interested.
The goalkeeper is also wanted by Atletico Madrid and Roma, who have both issued a willingness to stump up £2 million for his signature.
The Mail report Arsenal scouted Dragowski at the weekend, and his club have indicated they are willing to sell at £4 million.
Dragowski is a Poland under-21 international and would be following in the footsteps of countryman Krystian Bielik by moving to The Emirates.
Like Bielik, who has played one first team game and been a regular for the under-21s, Dragowski would be a project, and add depth in a key area.
With Petr Cech in goal first team opportunities will be limited, but question marks remain over the futures of David Ospina, fellow Pole Wojciech Szczesny, and Emiliano Martinez, and further down the line he could get a chance to show what he can do.