Forgotten for a bit, the idea that Dejan Kulusevski could head to Arsenal has picked up a bit more pace in the past 24 hours.

We already covered a claim in Italy about it on Friday morning, and now Sport Mediaset bring their own information to the table.

It’s said ‘the track relating to Arsenal remains alive’, but only as long as ‘Juventus accepts the loan with the right of redemption’.

The Gunners certainly aren’t the only ones going after the Swede, with the outlet explaining Tottenham and Sevilla are also on the case, but the €35m valuation from Juventus is considered ‘excessive’ by Spurs, who ‘would try to insert a counterpart like the Argentine playmaker Giovani Lo Celso’.

As for the La Liga side, they just want a loan, much like the one they got for Anthony Martial.

This means that, as things stand, ‘the Arsenal track seems the most likely one’, but for that to happen, Juventus and Mikel Arteta’s side will need to find an agreement, something the Arthur negotiations suggest isn’t that easy to do.