According to ESPN, Bolton Wanderers are eager to take Gedion Zelalem on loan for the season.
Arsenal have already done business with the League One club having signed Rob Holding for £2 million earlier in the summer.
Zelalem, 19, spent last year playing in the second tier of Scottish football as Rangers gained promotion to the SPL. He recorded 8 assists in 28 games for Mark Warburton’s side and scored in a Scottish Cup semi-final shootout win over rivals Celtic.
Zelalem was included in Arsene Wenger’s squad for the recent tour of California but his path to first team football at the Emirates is blocked by a number of more experienced stars. As such a loan move makes sense, although it remains to be seen whether it happens before Christmas.
The Gunners have made a habit of loaning players to the Trotters in recent years with the likes of Jack Wilshere, Ryo Miyaichi and Wellington Silva all spending time at the Macron (previously Reebok) stadium.