Goncalo Ramos, a forward for Paris Saint-Germain, should be available for loan to Arsenal, with the possibility of a purchase at the end of the current campaign.
After an incredible season with Benfica and Portugal, Ramos caught the attention of several elite European teams in the summer of last year.
Despite being linked to multiple Premier League teams, Paris Saint-Germain emerged victorious in their recruitment pursuit, taking him on loan at first.
Although his €80 million buy clause went into effect in November, L’Equipe is now reporting that he may decide to leave during the current transfer window.
Realistic offers for the 22-year-old, who has lost favor with manager Luis Enrique since December, will be considered by Les Parisiens.
Financial Fair Play considerations mean that Arsenal is unlikely to be able to afford to acquire him outright, but they may give him a loan with a buyout clause.
The French champions might not be against the idea, but they might be in favor of a buyout clause with conditions that increase the likelihood of a sale.
If Kylian Mbappe departs, they might utilize the money in the summer to settle their accounts and concentrate on signing a new striker.
Ramos, meanwhile, has only 88 minutes of playing time across all competitions for Paris Saint-Germain, despite only scoring four goals and providing one assist.