Fresh off sending a scout to go watch Cengiz Under score a goal at the weekend against Inter in a 2-2 draw, Arsenal now know how much they will have to pay to get the Turkish starlet from Roma.

That is, of course, if you believe Gazzetta dello Sport, who explain a renewal is on the way for the 21-year-old, and say Arsenal’s eyes are ‘getting stronger’ for the player with the pursuit seeing increased scouting.

A sale wouldn’t be sanctioned until the summer, making him a bit of a delayed Christmas present for Unai Emery, but it seems that Roma are ready to accept this could be his last season in their shirt.

Even with a release clause expected to be included in the new contract, Gazzetta believe the Serie A club will ask the Gunners and other interested parties for €50m (so we can assume that will be the clause’s amount), representing a huge profit for Monchi and co., who originally bought him from Basaksehir for just over £12m.

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The forward has been in good form for his the Italians this year, justifying the original expenditure, and showing why clubs such as Arsenal and Chelsea are interested in his services.

Making 17 appearances, of which he’s started 13, Under has scored four goals and assisted his teammates five times so far this season.