ARSENAL could secure a cut-price transfer for Arkadiusz Milik after Napoli reportedly dropped their £45million asking price for anyone but Juventus.
The Polish striker has found the net 12 times in 22 appearances for Gennaro Gattuso's side this term.
Naples chief Aurelio De Laurentiis is prepared to cash-in on the Pole for an offer below their original £45m asking price.
Juventus are believed to be interested in acquiring Milik's services but De Laurentiis is unwilling to sell to a Serie A arch rival.
According to La Repubblica, Arsenal are in pole position to land the 26-year-old this summer, but face a fight from a number of Premier League clubs.
The Poland international is appearing unlikely to extend his contract beyond its current 2021 expiry date, and he may look to follow the path of his former mentor and Arsenal icon Denis Bergkamp - who he worked closely with during his stint at Ajax.