Arsenal are open to parting company with goalkeeper Bernd Leno this summer, The Mirror reports.
The Germany international has been with the Gunners for the past three seasons, managing several standout performances.
However, he has also been culpable for the occasional blunder, and the club are looking to add more quality between the sticks.
According to The Mirror, Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is willing to part ways with the goalkeeper if the club can landing a quality replacement.
Ajax’s Andre Onana has been identified as the top target for the club, but he can’t play until November due to a FIFA ban.
The Australian’s return could pave the way for Leno’s exit. The Gunners are likely to demand around £20m for the German.
Aside from Onana, Barcelona shot-stopper Neto has also been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium this summer.