Last month, journalist Ciro Venerato reported Arsenal will be in the mix to sign Napoli star Victor Osimhen in the summer.

On February 17th, Gazzetta dello Sport stated the Gunners can offer Champions League football to the striker and this would give them an advantage over Chelsea in the transfer race.

Calciomercato claim the 25-year-old’s future will be between Paris Saint-Germain and the Premier League, where only Arsenal are named as an interested party.

The Nigeria international has impressed since returning from AFCON, managing five goals and an assist in the last three games.

Napoli’s Champions League clash against Barcelona in March is of importance to both the player and the club, to maintain the €130m asking price.

His future is likely to be away from the Serie A side and that’s been suggested by both the frontman and Napoli chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis. Calciomercato relay that and add ‘it will be time to say goodbye’ at the end of the season.

Osimhen seems to be dreaming of the Premier League, where the Gunners ‘could come forward’ to sign him, and help him fulfil his dream.

Arsenal have to be wary of PSG, who are looking at the Nigerian and other star strikers in Italy, to replace Kylian Mbappé.

The former Lille man has 13 goals and four assists to his name this season.