Arsenal are on the lookout for a player to replace Nacho Monreal in the long-term.
According to The Daily Mail, Arsenal are scouting potential replacements as they look to plan for the future.
The report claims that Arsenal are hoping to make a number of changes to their squad in the summer, with a goalkeeper, holding midfielder and centre-back the priority.
The Daily Mail make the point of Monreal being the player Arsenal want to make sure is replaced.
The 32-year-old has been a standout for Arsenal this season, featuring at left-back and left centre-back, but recently turned 32 and has had his fair share of injury troubles.
Monreal has started 23 Premier League games this season, yielding an impressive return of four goals and two assists from defence.
Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat is now hard at work scouring Europe to find Monreal’s successor for when the transfer window opens this summer.