Club Brugge are willing to sell winger Noa Lang to the highest bidder, according to reports in the Belgian media.
Arsenal and Leeds have both been tracking the Netherlands international and, while Brugge are open to a potential sale, the player won’t come cheap.
The Belgian club’s current record for a transfer fee received is the €30m (£25m) that Bayer Leverkusen paid for Odilon Kossounou back in July, and they are expecting to offload Lang for above that figure.
The Dutchman has been in good form this campaign, having scored eight goals and contributed 11 assists in 30 appearances, but it is debatable whether he is worth what Brugge are demanding.
Lang generally plays off the left flank, which is not an area that Arsenal are short of options, with both Gabriel Martinelli and Emile Smith Rowe comfortable playing on that side, so it seems unlikely that the Gunners will firm up their interest in the winger.