Arsenal and their league rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers are following Angelo Stiller’s current situation at the Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.
The 19-year-old sensation is continuing to consider his long-term future with Bayern Munich, reports a German television channel Sport1.
He made his first-team debut in the DFB Pokal previous week, but his contract expires next summer and has been linked with a Bayern exit in the past.
The north Londoners are a potential destination, with head coach Mikel Arteta having watched the versatile midfielder, who shone for the youth sides at the Allianz Arena, earlier in the summer.
The trio of Bundesliga clubs Werder Bremen, Stuttgart and Union Berlin are also linked as interested parties, while Wolves are also watching Angelo closely, who would be available on a free transfer at the end of the term.
Meanwhile, Juventus have allegedly moved ahead of Arsenal at the front of the queue to land Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar.
The Gunners were heavily mentioned with a move for the 22-year-old talent during the summer transfer market.
But ultimately did not meet Les Gones’ asking price and instead signed Thomas Partey from La Liga giants Atletico Madrid on deadline day.
Arsenal retain an interest in the attacking midfielder, but Tuttosport reports that the Serie A champions are now leading the race for his signature.
The Lyon academy product has netted 25 goals and created 27 more in 142 games for the first team, including one goal in five matches so far this term.