Arsenal are reportedly prepared to up their efforts to sign Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
Despite their alleged limited transfer budget for the summer window, Arsenal remain keen to try to push through a big-money deal for Zaha, a boyhood supporter of the Gunners.
Palace have stressed that they are not interested in parting ways with the Ivory Coast international unless they receive a bid in the region of £80m, a figure seemingly out of the reach of the North London outfit.
However, The Mirror claim that Unai Emery is still keen on trying to find a solution, with the Spaniard happy to offer Palace one of a number of players in part-exchange.
Carl Jenkinson, Calum Chambers and Mohamed Elneny have previously been mentioned, while there are also suggestions that Shkodran Mustafi would be allowed to leave the Emirates Stadium if Palace were interested in the Germany international.
Arsenal are said to have already failed with an offer of £40m, a move which has reportedly left Palace unimpressed.