Arsenal have scouted Standard Liege Goalkeeper Guillaume Hubert and are considering a move for the 22-year-old, according to ESPN.
The Gunners have already watched the Belgian in action several times this season and returned to see him feature in the 2-2 draw with Genk on December 18.
Arsenal are believed to be considering their goalkeeping options but any move is more likely to happen in the summer rather than when the window reopens in January.
The Gunners are not the only club to be interested in Hubert, however, with Liverpool, Leicester and Stoke all reportedly keeping tabs on the 6ft 6in shot-stopper.
Arsenal are currently well-stocked in the goalkeeping position although Petr Cech turns 35 next year and David Ospina could leave next summer with the Colombian believed to be keen for more regular football.
Elsewhere, Wojciech Szczęsny is currently enjoying a second season on loan with Roma with the Serie A side believed to be keen to sign him permanently although the price could prove a problem.
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Arsenal also have Emiliano Martinez on the books, who is highly-rated by Arsene Wenger, although his lack of first-team experience makes him unlikely to replace Cech currently.
Hubert certainly has a burgeoning reputation and is one to watch with Arsenal aware that Cech’s career is winding down, although he is contracted to the club until 2019.