Unai Emery has been urged by the team management to sign the Leicester midfielder James Madison as a possible replacement for Aarson Ramsey.
Madison joined Leicester City from Norwich city last summer and had an impressive performance.
The 22-yeard-old has scored seven goals and contributed to six assists in 33 appearances so far.
Ramsey is about to join Juventus on a free transfer at the end of the season, while former Chelsea, Celtic and Marseille striker Tony Cascarino believes that Maddison is the right midfielder to replace the Wales international at Arsenal.
‘I look at Maddison and I think, ‘Arsenal is your team.’ Maddison should be the man to replace Aaron Ramsey,’ Cascarino told The Times.
‘There are not many great No.10s in world football but Arsenal desperately need someone who plays like the Leicester City man. ‘The role was deemed a luxury in past, their job was to create chances and make a difference in attack.
‘You have to be very gifted to do that and nine out of ten gifted players do not want to work without the ball. Maddison’s work-rate is good and getting better. ‘There is no question about whether he is technical enough for the top flight.’