Arsenal could make a fresh move to sign Wilfried Zaha when the transfer window reopens this summer.
The Gunners made an attempt to sign the Crystal Palace forward in 2019, but their £40m offer was turned down.
Palace wanted as much as £80m in straight cash. The Gunners opted to sign Nicolas Pepe from Lille instead for £72m in instalments.
According to 90min, the Gunners could return for the 28-year-old this summer, but will need to recoup funds from player sales first.
Zaha has had a decent campaign with nine goals and two assists. He has regularly started upfront, but has moved wide during games.
His contract is due to expire in two years time, and it is reported that he could be available for around £40m this summer.
The Gunners are planning to offload numerous players as part of the summer rebuild, and Alexandre Lacazette could be one of those sold.
Lacazette will enter the final year of his contract in July. He is attracting interest from Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla and Roma.