Arsenal are ready to battle it out with Chelsea for Celtic star Moussa Dembele this summer, and the youngster could cost the Gunners £40m, according to The Mirror.
The 20-year-old has been a smash hit this season under Brendan Rodgers whose side face a tough test this summer trying to keep hold of him.
Dembele has scored hat-tricks in his last two games for Celtic, the first player to do so for the Hoops since Henrik Larsson 18 years ago.
The former Fulham star now has 26 goals for the season, in 29 starts, which has attracted interest in his services from a whole host of top clubs.
This is not the first time Arsenal have been linked with Dembele who, still just 20, appears destined for bigger things.
Chelsea are also believed to be keen and the youngster, who only cost Celtic £500,000 in June is likely to cost somewhere in the region of £40m.
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Arsenal have also been linked with Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe with Arsene Wenger having admitted he is monitoring the player dubbed the ‘next Thierry Henry’.
Mbappe also hit a hat-trick this weekend, as Leonardo Jardim’s side thrashed Metz 5-0 to maintain their place at the top of the table.
Both players are incredibly exciting and already making names for themselves in their respective leagues despite their relative youth.
While Arsenal are currently not short of attacking options, there is no doubt they still need to be aiming to attract the best young talent to the club.