Arsenal are now interested in signing Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace again, 90 Mins report.
Arsenal have previously been linked with Zaha, but opted to sign Nicolas Pepe ahead of him.
Zaha, who was a boyhood Gunners fan, has previously spoken with honesty about his regret at missing out on a move.
But it seems that Mikel Arteta’s side may well re-ignite their interest in him this summer.
Zaha has just two years left on his contract at Palace and has now reached the age of 27, meaning the Eagles would apparently be open to selling him, as it could be their last chance to raise significant funds.
The move to Arsenal would still appeal to Zaha, who is keen to stay in London – with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur reportedly not interested.
Zaha would be making a big step up by moving to Arsenal, but he has a lengthy list of admirers, including Jurgen Klopp, who labelled him ‘world-class’ (Metro).
Zaha would offer Arsenal Premier League experience and a more direct threat from out wide.
But signing a player of his age could also be a concern, as he would have little re-sale value if he was to arrive at the Emirates.