Arsenal are preparing a big-money offer for Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale this summer.
The Gunners are open to selling Bernd Leno, and they are searching for a potential replacement.
Ramsdale has been identified as the top target, and The Star claims that they have already expressed an interest.
Sheffield want around £40m for their shot-stopper. The Gunners are unlikely to meet the asking price.
However, they are preparing an offer that could ‘seriously’ test the Blades’ resolve for the keeper.
Ramsdale had another promising season in the top-flight. He had an impressive save percentage of 70.7.
Despite this, he was relegated for the second year running, having previously gone down with Bournemouth.
Ramsdale is not planning to push for an exit, but he is open to the prospect of returning to the top-flight.
The Gunners seem the most likely destination for him, but he has also been linked with Tottenham Hotspur.
The 23-year-old is currently with England for Euro 2020. His future will be resolved after the tournament.