Arsenal continue to be linked with reinforcements ahead of the summer transfer window.
After the club tied down David Luiz to a new deal as well as signing Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares permanently, it could be time to focus on bolstering the midfield and attack ahead of the new season.
According to reports in Spain, the north London outfit are interested in signing a La Liga ace.
And this time it's not Atletico Madrid's Thomas Partey who has been heavily linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium and is available for £45m due to the release clause in his contract.
Nor is it Thomas Lemar, Marc Roca or Ousmane Dembele. Rather it's a somewhat unknown quantity in Enis Bardhi who can play in central midfield as well as out wide.
But who is Enis Bardhi and why have the Gunners reportedly made a bid for his services to make him Mikel Arteta's third permanent signing as head coach? football.london takes a look.
Who is Enis Bardhi?
Enis Bardhi is a 24-year-old midfielder/winger who currently plays in the top tier of Spanish football with Levante.
Born in Skopje, North Macedonia, he started his career with the Shkupi youth team, before earning a move to Brondby in the summer of 2013.
That same year Bardhi was on the move again as he signed a short-term professional deal with Swedish Football Division 2 side KSF Prespa Birlik and helped them to avoid relegation with five goals in 10 appearances.