Arsenal are one of a number of clubs in the Premier League that are said to be on alert after the French champions PSG made it known that two of their first team stars would be allowed to move on from the Parc Des Princes in the current winter transfer window.
The two players in question are the Spanish international and former Real Madrid forward Jese Rodriguez and the Poland international central midfield star Grzegorz Krychowiak and for those of us who keep up with all the Arsenal transfer rumours both names will be familiar as they have been linked with possible moves to north London in the past.
Whether that means that Arsene Wenger really is keen on either of the players or not we could soon find out, as The Sun is reporting that both have been made available and maybe even on loan.
Which, if either, of the two would you prefer Arsenal to bring in? The obvious choice for me would be the Pole as he is a tough tackling central midfielder and with Coquelin on the injury list and Elneny at the African Cup of Nations we are a bit short there, but I am not sure about signing him on a permanent basis.
Jese has great pace and can finish, but with Welbeck coming back and Arsenal already having Walcott, Alexis, Lucas Perez, Iwobi and the Ox, would Jese even get a look in? What do you think Gooners?