Gonzalo Higuain is very much a player in demand with Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Juventus all understood to be interested in the former Real Madrid striker
Napoli recently turned down a Â£30million bid from Arsenal to bring the player to the Emirates and this could become a test to see if Arsenal can compete against other top Premier League clubs for the same player.
Napoli are looking to sell Higuain for around Â£42m according to a report in the Metro so Arsenal will need to go back in if they really want the players services next season.
The 27-year-old striker was sold to Napoli from Real Madrid in 2013 and he has gone on to make 69 Serie A appearances and scored some 35 goals
Higuain score 29 times last season in all competitions and 24 in his debut season
News today puts Juventus also in contention so any Premier League club would need to act quickly.
The player has been of interest to Arsenal for quite some time and most would have expected a deal to be done by now but instead the Gunners have been put off spending Â£25million and could now be themselves looking for an alternative
Manchester looked like they might like to sign the player too but only if their first choice bids are not pushed through.
The 25-year-old joined Southampton from Strasbourg in 2008 for Â£1.2m and has been with the Saints through League One, Championship and Premier League seasons
Schneiderlin is contracted with Southampton until 2017 and is considered one the Premier Leagues finest holding midfielder players.
The player was recently cleared to join London rivals Arsenal for Â£10m which could prove to be very good business for both Arsenal and the 33-year-old understood to be unhappy at slipping down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge
Arsenal may yet face competition from Manchester United but they seem interested in Hugo Loris if David de Gea chooses to head home to Spain.
Wenger currently has Szczesny and Ospina in goal but doubts exist as their abilities at the highest level.Arturo Vidal
A 29.2m bid for Arturo Vidal is thought to be imminent as Chilean has been told he can leave Juventus this season
Massimiliano Allegri has given his blessing to Vidal according to a report in Tuttomercatoweb so the only thing left is for Arsenal to meet the asking price which is easier said than done of Schneiderlin is anything to go by.
The 28-year-old joined Juventus in 2011 from Bayer Leverkusen for 10.5million euros
The Chile international is a versatile midfielder nicknames Â“The WarriorÂ” which perhaps tells you a lot about what you can expect from him in the Premier League.
The 28-year-old Colombian has been of interest to Wenger for some time and have recently been clear to complete his signing after Porto rejected a bid from Atletico Madrid
Arsenal are understood to be looking at a Â£25.7million bid.
The Porto striker has scored 67 league goals in 90 appearances since joining in 2012 for US $11 million.
Source : DSG