Montenegro striker Stevan Jovetic is a target for Arsenal, according to reports from Italian publication Corriere dello Sport.
The 26-year-old forward has fell out of favour with Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini and is bracingfor a premature end to his 18-month loan spell away from Manchester City.
Citizens are not too keen on a Montenegro forward either, but Arsene Wenger has already expressed interest in signing the player.
Having seen his bid for Jamie Vardy fail, Frenchman is exploring other possible additions to his attack line and Stevan Jovetic seems to be a perfect fit for Arsenal’s style of play.
Former Partizan and Fiorentina player is a versatile forward who could be deployed in several positions upfront and could add creativity to Gunners’ game as well.
Jovetic is valued at £11.5 million and Spartak Moscow are also believed to be willing to take him on board.
Montenegro striker scored just seven goals in 28 matches across all competitions for Inter last term.