Arsenal are one of 14 clubs interested in signing Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson, according to reports.
The 20-year-old is out of contract in the summer and is receiving plenty of attention domestically and in Europe.
According to the Mirror, there are no fewer than 14 clubs interested in signing him once his contract expires.
Arsenal are one of them, along with fellow Premier League clubs Tottenham, Chelsea, Watford, Stoke, West Brom and Southamtpon.
Benfica, Olympiakos and Udinese are showing interest from abroad.
Henderson is currently on loan with League One side Shrewsbury Town, where he’s played 10 times and kept five clean sheets.
His performances have helped Shrewsbury to the top of League One after 12 games.
He’s had previous loan spells at Stockport County and Grimsby Town, and has yet to make a senior appearance for United.
Henderson was a part of the England u20 squad that won the World Cup in South Korean in the summer.
Arsenal have a number of keepers in their u23 squad, though none appear ready to challenge Petr Cech any time soon.
Hugo Keto, Matt Macey, Ryan Huddart and Deyan Iliev all share game time at youth level, but none of them have made a first team appearance for the club.