Napoli are ready to make Arsenal an offer for goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and want to hand the 27-year-old a five-year-deal, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
Szczesny is currently on loan with Roma and has been a virtual ever present in Serie A for the Giallorossi who are currently second in the table.
Napoli are already making plans for next season and are willing to spend big on Szczesny although they may struggle to meet his £17 million valuation.
The report also claims that Napoli expect the Poland international to be in-demand this summer and are also eyeing a move for Empoli stopper Lukasz Skorupski.
Arsenal have plenty of decisions to make with regards their goalkeeping situation this summer with current first choice Petr Cech having come under criticism this season, and he will of course turn 35 next month.
David Ospina is widely expected to leave the club in search of regular football, despite having played in the cup competitions this season, and has been rumoured to have attracted interest from Fenerbahce.
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Emiliano Martinez has also featured this season, due to injuries to Cech and Ospina, and largely impressed in his five starts for the club this season.
Arsenal have also been linked with goalkeepers such as Kasper Schmeichel and Jordan Pickford although it is entirely possible Arsene Wenger could opt to bring Szczesny back to the club after two seasons in the Italian capital.