Benjamin Šeško’s impressive debut season at RB Leipzig has caught the attention of Arsenal and a few other clubs.

The striker has managed 18 goals and two assists from 42 games, and this has resulted in ‘interest from England and Italy’.

That’s according to Sky Deutschland, who name Arsenal as a contender to sign the 20-year-old.

AC Milan have been credited with interest and in addition to that, the report says ‘top clubs’ from the Premier League are also keen, with only the Gunners mentioned.

The Slovenia international’s deal lasts until 2028 and includes a release clause. There have been claims stating the price varies between €50m and €70m, and Sky provides some clarity on this.

It’s claimed the frontman’s clause for the summer window is to be determined by his appearances and performances [goals and assists].

Taking this into account, Sky say his buyout clause is set at €65m and has to be activated by the end of June, after which time the interested parties have to negotiate with the German club.

Amid interest shown by Arsenal, Milan and others, Leipzig want to retain the frontman. In fact, the report states they are trying to remove the clause, by offering an improved deal to Šeško.

Leipzig’s efforts are ongoing, but if Arsenal were to activate his clause before that, they will have no option but to let the player leave.