Arsenal are keeping tabs on Toulouse's Serge Aurier and Southampton's Calum Chambers as possible replacements for Bacary Sagna, according to reports.
Gunners' boss Arsene Wenger is currently looking for alternatives at full-back in case the Frenchman, whose contract expires in June, moves on.
The 31-year-old has been reportedly offered a new two-year deal at the Emirates but looks set to reject it in a continued attempt to win a three-year contract.
But according to The Mirror, the Gunners are set to make a move for Chambers, who has impressed in his breakthrough season with Southampton.
The England Under-19 has been impressive in his 19 appearances in the Saints first team, particularly impressing in the 2-2 draw with Arsenal last month.
Though the starlet signed a new four-year contract last July, it is believed than an offer of £10m could be enough to bring the defender to north London and become the third member of the Southampton academy to move to Arsenal in the last eight years.
Manchester United are also interested in the 19-year-old as they keen to rebuild their squad this summer after a mediocre campaign under David Moyes.
Wenger needs reinforcements in that position and has identified another target if Sagna leaves, the Toulouse right-back Aurier.
The 21-year-old he has been a regular since the start of last season and he has scored five league goals thus far – the youngster's valuation is around £6m, according to The Mirror.