Inter Milan are keen on landing the signature of Bernd Leno during the winter transfer window, according to Bild.
The German has been Arsenal‘s first-choice goalkeeper for the past few years, but he has recently been dropped.
Aaron Ramsdale has been preferred between the sticks for the league games, and Leno is now evaluating his options.
The Nerazzurri want to replace Samir Handanovic with a new number one, and Leno is under consideration for the role.
Leno will be available for sale next summer, but the Serie A champions are eyeing a mid-season deal for the shot-stopper.
The Gunners are open to cashing in on the 29-year-old, but they will first need to land a suitable replacement for him.
A January departure appears unlikely unless that happens. Leno has recently voiced his frustration over being dropped.
In a recent Bild interview, he stated that he was axed from the starting line-up without any reason by manager Mikel Arteta.