Arsenal could reportedly look to sign Achraf Hakimi as a potential replacement for Hector Bellerin during the summer transfer window.
Bellerin has an agreement with manager Mikel Arteta to leave the club this summer and the Gunners are likely to sanction his sale.
According to The Telegraph, the north London giants are planning a possible move for Hakimi, who could leave Inter amid their financial troubles.
Nerazzurri’s owners Suning Holdings Group recently shut down their operations at Chinese Super League champions Jiangsu.
They are now looking for new investors at Inter and reports claim that they may part ways with Hakimi in the near future.
Inter signed Hakimi for £36m from Real Madrid last summer, but they have yet to pay the first instalment of the transfer fee.
Los Blancos have agreed to postpone the due date, but reports claim that the Nerazzurri may consider his sale for £40m this summer.
It remains to be seen whether the Gunners can afford the Morocco international, who is currently on wages worth £75,000-a-week.