Juventus, Everton and Arsenal are tracking North Korea striker Han-Kwang Song, reports Tuttosport.
They claim the striker, who is on loan from Cagliari to Perugia, has caught the eye of scouts after impressing in Serie B, scoring four goals in two appearances so far this season.
And Tuttosport now claims that Arsene Wenger has ordered scouts to monitor the striker’s progress ahead of a potential move.
Everton are also monitoring the forward and have sent scouts to watch his progress in Italy.
Han’s performances have also attracted attention from Juventus, who could sign the forward and then loan him out to a smaller club.
Han has already been capped twice by North Korea’s senior side and is the only player in the nation’s history to score a goal in Serie A.