Arsenal are the latest Premier League club to be linked with Eintracht Frankfurt star André Silva.
Earlier reports had indicated Manchester United are looking at the striker for the next market.
Speaking to O Jogo on Monday, the 25-year-old admitted he has heard about the rumours linking him to the Red Devils.
According to Calciomercato, the Gunners have identified the former AC Milan man as a striker target for the summer as the Portugal international could replace Alexandre Lacazette at the Emirates.
MilanNews24.com also have a short report explaining that Mikel Arteta’s side are targeting Silva, ‘who is doing very well in Germany’, scoring 19 goals and registering three assists in 21 league matches this season.
It’s explained the attacker has become the ‘number one’ target for the English club to replace the Frenchman.
After initially allowing Silva to join Eintracht Frankfurt on loan, Milan sold him to the Bundesliga side on a permanent transfer last September.
With Arsenal now making him their number one target, MilanNews24.com question whether or not the Rossoneri are regretting their decision to let the player leave the San Siro.