Arsenal are seemingly eager to improve their squad ahead of next season.
The Gunners are competing in the Champions League for he first time since Arsene Wenger left and will be looking to mount a second title challenge on Manchester City.
To do so, though, the north Londoners will need some big names through the door this summer.
Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth has confirmed that Arsenal are now shopping in a different market after qualifying for the Champions League.
When asked if the north London club are in the market for Ilkay Gundogan, Moises Caicedo, Mason Mount, and Declan Rice, he said: “Yes, we believe they are, and if you look at those names, this is the kind of market Arsenal are dealing in now.
“It’s amazing what a title challenge, but more importantly, qualification to the Champions League can do. You’re going to be playing at European football’s top table, which also equates to more money but also equates to going into the market at Europe’s top table as well.
“So, players that maybe they wouldn’t have been able to go for when they hadn’t got Champions League football suddenly become options for Arsenal.”
Signing all four of those players does seem like a tall order for Arsenal, especially given price-tags of between £80-£100m have been quoted for both Rice and Caicedo.
However, getting in one of that duo alongside Gundogan does seem possible.