Arsenal are reportedly keeping tabs on Dutch attacker Noa Lang, who was previously on the radar of Leeds United.
The 22-year-old was heavily linked with the Whites last summer, but they refused to meet the reported £25m price tag.
They had concerns over his defensive capabilities, and ended up signing Daniel James from Manchester United for the same price.
According to Fichajes.net, the Gunners are now interested in the Dutchman, who can play anywhere across the attack.
Lang bagged 17 goals and 11 assists for Club Brugge last term. They signed him permanently from Ajax with a buy option.
He has continued to excel this term with four goals and four assists from 10 matches. A number of clubs are monitoring him.
A mid-season departure could be on the cards for the promising attacker if any club is willing to meet his valuation.
Lang has yet to make his senior debut for the Netherlands, but he has recently been called up to the provisional squad.