Arsenal are showing interest in Eintracht Frankfurt youngster Hugo Larsson but may need a huge figure to convince the German side to sell this summer.

That’s according to SportBILD, who cover the youngster today and Arsenal’s interest in him ahead of what may be a busy summer for Frankfurt.

The newspaper explains that Eintracht sporting director Markus Krösche needs to trim down the current squad this summer and may be forced to sell some of the bigger talents in it if they fail to qualify for the Europa League.

Larsson would fall into that category, having developed quickly this season and earned himself attention from Arsenal as a result.

They’re keeping an eye on the 19-year-old’s development and the belief is that if he continues as he has, the chances of a sale in the summer grow.

Krösche would be open to doing business, particularly if he needs to bring in money after missing out on the Europa League, but has set an €80m price tag on the 19-year-old, who only cost €9m in July last year.

That’s a significant sum, to say the least, and it’s not mentioned whether Arsenal would be willing to pay such a figure for a player who is still only in his first year in one of Europe’s top five leagues.

It seems unlikely but SportBILD insist they are showing interest nonetheless, so Larsson may be a name to keep an eye on in the coming months.