Arsenal continue to look at Arthur Melo after failing to sign the Juventus player in the January window.

Earlier this month, we carried a report from Calciomercato, who stated the Gunners are the Brazilian’s only ‘real buyers’.

It was also explained the Old Lady are open to carrying out a swap deal with Arsenal this summer, with Juve analysing Gabriel Magalhães, Thomas Partey and Gabriel Martinelli as three possible options.

Tutto Juve have come up with a short report where they explain the north London club are ‘interested’ in the former Barcelona man.

In order to secure the 25-year-old’s services, it’s said that Arsenal ‘propose an exchange’ involving Arthur and Gabriel Martinelli.

Mikel Arteta used the forward mainly on the left-wing, while also deploying him up front and on the right side of attack on a few occasions last season. He managed six goals and six assists from 29 league matches.

Martinelli ‘does not seem to be considered non-transferable’ for Arsenal. Therefore, the Premier League side are ‘willing to trade’ him in exchange for Arthur.

Arteta’s man can be a ‘market opportunity’ for the Turin club and with Arsenal proposing a swap deal to sign Arthur, Juve could make a ‘possible capital gain’ through this operation.