Arsenal have made Galatasaray defender Sacha Boey a summer 'priority', according to a report from Turkey.
The Gunners have been heavily linked with moves for a number of stars since the January window slammed shut, including West Ham star Declan Rice.
The Times claimed that Rice is the club's top target in the summer, and could be available to purchase for around £80 million.
And Goal have reported this week that the Gunners could go back in for Brighton star Moises Caicedo this summer.
That is despite the club having seen two bids rejected for the Ecuadorian in January, with the 24-year-old since agreeing a new contract to stay at the Amex Stadium.
But while those two deals would require significant fees, they are reportedly targeting a slightly more affordable move to bolster their defence.
Arsenal keen on Galatasaray star
According to Turkish outlet Aksam, Arsenal have made Galatasaray right-back Boey a 'priority' for the summer, amid interest from Unai Emery's Aston Villa.
It is claimed that a fee of £15 million could be enough to complete a deal for the France youth international, who has made 22 Super Lig appearances this term. He has also played six times in the Europa League.
The speculation does come as a surprise, given that Arsenal already have two right-backs at the club - Takehiro Tomiyasu and Ben White.
Although a natural centre-back, White has played in every Premier League game this season at right-back, with Tomiyasu able to fill in if required.
But Aksam claim that Arteta will 'knock on the door' of Galatasaray over Boey.
However, the Turkish club, who are currently on course to win the Super Lig for the first time since 2019 after finishing in 13th last season, are in talks to extend the player's contract, which could hold the key to any potential move.
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