ARSENAL are reportedly front of the queue to snap up Ryan Fraser when he becomes a free agent at the end of the season.
A cheap deal to sign the Bournemouth winger is said to remain on the Gunners' agenda despite his decline in form.
Accumulating a stunning 15 assists, plus seven goals, in all competitions last campaign led to speculation mounting over a move last summer but Fraser, 26, stayed put.
And he has been unable to find his best form in 2019/20 with just four assists as the Cherries fall into the relegation scrap.
According to TeamTalk, Mikel Arteta's side are still keen on the Scot and lead a number of clubs in bidding to woo him.
Arsenal are unlikely to have significant funds to spend in the coming transfer market, owing to the coronavirus financial crash and whether or not they qualify for the Champions League.
At the moment football was suspended, the Gunners were eight points behind fourth-placed Chelsea with a game in hand, and out of the Europa League at the hands of Olympiacos.
Also linked to Emirates Stadium are cut-price deals for Manchester United pair Jesse Lingard and Chris Smalling, as well as Real Madrid youngster Cesar Gelabert – who is out of contract in June.
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