Arsenal head-coach Arsene Wenger has identified Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha as a potential replacement for Alexis Sanchez, according to the reports.
The North London club are bracing themselves for the departure of Chilean superstar next campaign, as he has yet to sign a new deal and is, therefore, able to speak to a club outside the England during the January transfer window.
Wenger was hoping to bring in Monaco forward Thomas Lemar on the deadline day of the summer transfer window, only for a deal to fall flat, however, The Sun reported that the Frenchman will now go after Crystal Palace forward.
Former Manchester United ace Zaha enjoyed his best season last year for Crystal Palace playing a direct part in 16 league goals, and he has found the net twice in 2017-18 from just five appearances.
The report suggests that Arsenal are willing to go as high as £35m with their bid for the Ivory Coast international, who only put pen to paper on a five-year deal in May amid talk of a switch to Tottenham Hotspur.