Dinamo Zagreb star Marcelo Brozovic is keen on making a switch to Arsenal, according to the playmaker's agent.
The Croatian club's manager Zoran Mamic has expressed his side's decision to sign Angelo Henriquez on a permanent deal. The Chilean is on a season-long loan from Arsenal's league rivals Manchester United.
Dinamo can secure the services of the Chilean forward only once they allow Brozovic to leave the club. The Gunners have been closely monitoring Brozovic since October and the Croatian international is valued to be around £6m in the January transfer window.
The 22-year-old's representative Miroslav Bicanic has admitted that his client is hoping to seal a move to the Emirates.
"We hope he can change clubs and come to England as it is one of the best leagues in the world, but the decision depends on Dinamo," Bicanic told Goal.com.
"Of course Marcelo would be interested in playing in the Premier League with a club such as Arsenal."
The north London club are likely to face competition from clubs across Europe as Napoli, AC Milan and Valencia have reportedly maintained their interest in the playmaker. Brozovic's agent confirmed that several clubs are interested in acquiring his signature and admitted that there has been no concrete offer from Arsenal.
"We are talking to several clubs, although there is nothing concrete at this moment," Brozovic's agent said.
"We know of Arsenal's interest, but there is nothing agreed. At this moment Marcelo is with Dinamo and everything depends on Dinamo. They have to agree a price with a club and then we can hold talks."
Meanwhile, any move from Arsenal in bringing Brozovic to the Emirates will see them make a "memorable bid."
"We have no offers. If someone wants one of our key players it can only be with a memorable bid -- if they knock me off my feet. That is my principle. And the numbers appearing in the media do not interest us," Mamic told sportski.net earlier in November.