Arsenal are pondering a summer move for Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm, according to Sunday People.
It is no secret the Gunners are searching for a new number one, and they have been linked with moves for Victor Valdes and Pepe Reina.
However, with the Spaniards clearly unrealistic targets at the moment, Arsene Wenger may have to turn his attention elsewhere.
Sunday People has suggested that Arsenal will instead launch an assault on Swansea shot-stopper Michel Vorm.
The Netherlands international has been in scintillating form since joining the Swans in a £1.5 million move from Utrecht in the summer of 2011.
Vorm has more than three years left on his deal at Liberty Stadium, but Arsenal have enough money in the bank to try and prize the experienced keeper to the Emirates.
Michel Vorm has made a total of 56 Premier League appearances for Swansea, and has won the Capitol One Cup trophy with the club this term, albeit not featuring in the final.