This could all be something that has been cooked up the people who write the Arsenal transfer rumours, possibly because they are desperate for something to write about while Arsene Wenger plays his transfer cards close to his chest. I certainly hope so.
If not, then the Arsenal fans have good reason to be concerned about what the Frenchman is doing at a crucial period for the club. Over the last few weeks, according to reports, the Prof has gone cold on the deal to bring Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton because the asking price of £25 million is too much.
And while there were suggestions in the media that the Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia could be the player to replace him on our target list, The Mirror is now reporting that Wenger is actually looking at the Poland international Grzegorz Krychowiak as the man to strengthen the Gunners in the centre of the pitch.
The 25-year old may have had a very good season for Sevilla, winning the Europa League and finishing fifth in La Liga, but a quick look at the stats comparison on Squawka.com shows that he is behind those other two targets in most areas.
He is also very defensively minded but is not as good at it as Francis Coquelin, who was rightly voted our second best player this season. The stats suggest that if Wenger is looking for a player to provide more creativity and passing ability as well as defensive strength, however, the clear choice is Schneiderlin. So what is going on Gooners?