German champions, Bayern Munich have reportedly identified Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha as a top transfer target this summer.
The Gunners are known to be keen on the Ivory Coast international forward, although it remains doubtful whether the North London club are prepared to meet the £80m asking price for the Ivorian forward.
The Eales are not in any rush to sell their most prized asset, already having cash in on Aaron Wan Bissaka who has made £50m move to Manchester United earlier in the summer.
According to 90 min, the Bavarian are considering an approach for Wilfried Zaha as they continue to look for replacements for Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery.
The Bundesliga giants have, so far, failed to bring in Chelsea’s forward Callum Hudson-Odoi, Manchester City’s Leroy Sane and Real Madrid’s attacker Gareth Bale.
Nevertheless, the Bavarians may look to open negotiations with the Eagles as they look to add younger players in that area of the pitch.
Meanwhile, AS Roma playmaker Nicolo Zaniolo has appeared as a target for Arsenal, it has been reported.
Arsenal are in desperate need of bringing midfield reinforcements this summer, and Nicolo has been earmarked as a possible target, though Arsenal will have to compete with Tottenham Hotspur and Juventus, as per Gazzetta Dello Sport quoted by CalcioMercato.
He is in no rush to leave AS Roma, which suggests that the sides interested to secure his signature might have to offer him a huge increase in pay, and also tempt the Italian giants’ resolve with a lucrative bid.
Winger Gabriel Martinelli has been Gunners’ only summer signing thus far, and considering that they do need a playmaker, going after Nicolo makes a lot of sense.