Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno has been on the fringes of the first team on Merseyside and that has played a big part in transfer rumours over a move away from Anfield.
In addition, the Spanish international left-back has just six months left on the five-year contract that he signed when he became a Liverpool player in 2014.
His inactivity with the Reds has seen him being linked with a significant reunion.
Widespread reports claim that new Arsenal manager Unai Emery has identified him as the man to solve the left-back problems in his team permanently.
Alberto Moreno played under Unai Emery while he was the Sevilla manager and the player won the first of the three successive Europa League titles masterminded by the Gunners boss.
Arsenal are not the only club in the running for Alberto Moreno.
Barcelona and Marseille are also interested in the 26-year-old.
French media outlet L’Equipe say that the player is still undecided over his future, though his career at Liverpool is almost over with him being the permanent backup for first choice Reds left-back Andy Robertson.
Marseille want to sign him in the upcoming transfer market as an alternative for first choice left-back Jordan Amavi but the player is still taking his time over his next destination.