Arsenal are reportedly close to completing the signing of Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana.
According to Dutch outlet NOS, Arsenal hope to wrap up a deal for Onana within the next few days, and the goalkeeper's doping ban could see them strike a cut-price deal.
The Cameroon international tested positive for Furosemide - a banned substance - last year and is currently serving a suspension from all football until February 2022, but an appeal over his ban has been lodged and the Court of Arbitration for Sport will determine an outcome this week.
The report adds that Onana could cost the Gunners up to £7.75m if his ban is overturned or shortened, but a marginal fee of £1.7m will seal the deal if the appeal is unsuccessful.
The 25-year-old has kept 83 clean sheets in 204 appearances for Ajax and played a key role in their run to the Champions League semi-finals in 2019, but his deal with the Eredivisie champions expires in 12 months' time.