ARSENAL and Everton are considering a £13million move for Fortuna Dusseldorf forward Benito Raman, according to reports.
The versatile Belgian is one of the many players expected to leave the cash-strapped Bundesliga side this summer.
Getty – Contributor1 Arsenal and Everton are targeting £13m-rated Fortuna Dusseldorf forward Benito Raman
Raman, 24, has played in numerous position across Dusseldorf's attacking line, scoring ten goals and adding four assists this season.
And according to Bild, he has attracted interest from a number of Premier League clubs.
Arsenal and Everton are reportedly the most determined to capitalise on the German side's situation, which is set for a massive player exodus this summer.
Raman's goalscoring record might not seem impressive at first.
But Dusseldorf have scored just 39 times in the Bundesliga this season, meaning the Belgian has been involved in nearly a third of the total number of goals they have bagged.
Raman is finishing the current campaign on a high note, netting four in the last six league games.
The Germans are expecting some £13m for the forward, which is a fair profit considering they signed him from Standard Liege for just £1m last summer.
Meanwhile, the Gunners are also looking for reinforcements in other formations.
They have received a boost in their pursuit of Matthijs de Ligt after Tottenham have reportedly given up on signing the Ajax skipper.
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And £12m-rated Eibar midfielder Joan Jordan has surprisingly emerged as a potential replacement for Juventus-bound Aaron Ramsey.
Arsenal's budget depends on whether Unai Emery's men will secure Champions League qualification for the next season.
They are currently sitting in the Premier League's top four and are taking on Napoli in the Europa League quarter-finals tonight, defending their 2-0 advantage from the first leg away from home.