Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly identified AS Roma forward Cengiz Under as a potential target this summer.
The two North London teams are expected to be active in the upcoming summer transfer window, with it being suggested that they will each have between £40m and £60m to spend for new signing this summer.
Mauricio Pochettino and Unai Emery keen on to strengthen in the final third, and Gazzetta dello Sport reported that Turkish forward Under is on their radar.
The 21-year-old attacker has only being used on a rotational basis by AS Roma this campaign, however, the Turkey international has still managed to found back of the net six times and provided eight assists from 33 games in all competitions.
Under still has three years left on his current deal at the Stadio Olimpico, although AS Roma may opt to cash in on the midfielder should they receive a significant offer.
AS Roma only finished in sixth position in Serie A this campaign, meaning that I Giallorossi will not feature in the Champions League first time since 2014.
Meanwhile, another AS Roma star Kostas Manolas has emerged as a transfer target for Arsenal.
It has been reported by Il Messaggero that the Gunners are prepared to fork out the defender’s £31.5m release clause in an attempt to strengthen their defensive options.
The Greece international defender has been with Serie A giants AS Roma for the majority of his football career, having signed for free from the Olympiacos back in 2014. He is highly-rated in with his defensive abilities. but, he has so far decided to remain in the Italian top-tier.