Thomas Lemar could be allowed to leave Monaco this summer, according to their vice-president Vadim Vasilyev.
The winger was the subject of bids from the Gunners and Liverpool last summer, and he is likely to be in high demand again in the coming months.
According to Teamtalk, Vasilyev nodded before replying “good luck to those who want him,” when asked if the club would consider offers for the Frenchman.
Lemar has two goals and seven assists to his name in Ligue 1 this season, which hasn’t been enough to stop Paris Saint-Germain claiming the title with five games remaining.
The Frenchman, who has 10 caps for his country, will likely cost upwards of £100m, given that Liverpool’s £90m offer was rebuffed last year.
Of course, whether Lemar moves to North London could depend on who is the manager at he Emirates at the start of next season, although Arsene Wenger is contracted to the club until 2019.