Unai Emery is looking to bolster his Arsenal forward line by signing Club Bruges striker Wesley Moraes in January, according to reports.
The Brazilian is being tracked by a host of top clubs and Bruges are reportedly ready to consider offers around £15million.
The 22-year-old has impressed domestically and in Europe, with Bruges finishing above Monaco in their Champions League group and reaching the Europa League.
According to The Sun, Arsenal will compete with Fiorentina and Valencia for the signature of Moraes in the next transfer window.
Emery is reportedly keen to provide quality competition for first-choice attackers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
Moraes is under contract with the Jupiler League club until 2023, but Bruges could nevertheless cash in on the interest in their in-form attacker.
They signed the South American from Slovakian club AS Trencin in January 2016 for just £900,000, and would net a huge profit by flogging their man to the Premier League, Serie A or La Liga.
He has scored 10 goals in 22 appearances in all competitions this season, twice in the Champions League including during their 4-0 win at Monaco.
Moraes has seven goals in the league this campaign, with Bruges in second place, four points off leaders Genk.