USA youth international Dantouma Toure has reportedly been training with Arsenal during Colorado Rapids' offseason.
The 17-year-old spent the 2021 season with Colorado Springs Switchback in the USL Championship and scored three goals in 22 appearances during his first full campaign in senior football.
After his side were knocked out of the Championship playoffs at the beginning of November, and the Rapids' season also ended in the quarter-final of the MLS Cup, the winger has been training with a host of European teams during his time off.
American soccer journalist Brian Sciaretta reports that Toure has now been involved in the Gunners' sessions after a spell training with Scottish outfit Rangers.
The youngster has represented the USA at youth level, and was originally born in Guinea, claiming one assist in three caps last year.
Toure has a contract with Colorado Rapids until December 2024 and made his first team debut in July during a 1-1 draw with San Jose Earthquakes in the MLS.