Suso could be on his way back to England this summer despite failing to make the grade at Liverpool.
AC Milan have no interest in handing Suso a new contract complete with a pay rise that would see his wages increase to £2 million a year. As a result, he could be sold with Milan willing to accept offers of around £35 million.
But could Arsenal have one major advantage? Maybe so.
Because there is an increasingly Spanish lilt behind the scenes at The Emirates in manager Unai Emery and director of football Raul Sanllehi. Transfer expert Monchi is expected to arrive in April too as the club's new technical director, according to The Mail, having brought an end to his time at Roma last week.
Monchi will know Suso well from his time in Italy too.
So you could forgive the skilful wide man for choosing Arsenal over Tottenham – particularly if fellow Spaniards Nacho Monreal and Denis Suarez join Hector Bellerin in staying with The Gunners for the foreseeable future.