Arsenal have been linked with a move for North Korean striker Han Kwang-Song.
The 18-year-old currently plays from Cagliari and has made quite an impression since making the switch to Italy.
So much so that several top clubs across Europe are said to be taking notice, with Arsenal the latest to be mentioned as potential suitors.
Tuttosport claim that Arsene Wenger has ordered scouts keep a close eye on the forward’s progress.
But who exactly is the teenager and how has he ended up playing his football in Italy? We take a look at his story.
Han Kwang-Song earned himself a move to Italy in 2015, joining Cagliari after a successful trial period.
He went on to become the first North Korean player to feature in Serie A when he came off the bench in a game against Palermo in April 2017.
The teenager scored his first goal for the club a week later, finding the net when he fired past Joe Hart in a 3–2 home defeat by Torino
His performances were rewarded with a contract extension later that he month, he signed a new deal tieing himself to Cagliari until 2022.
A loan move
On August 7, Kwang-Song was sent out on loan to Perugia.
He has started life well with the Serie B club, scoring a hat-trick on his league debut as Virtus Entella 5-1.
Interest from elsewhere
Juventus are said to be monitoring Kwang-Song’s development closely.
There is talk in Italy that the Serie A champions could look to sign him in January before sending him out on loan.
Everton have also been linked.
Kwang-Song has been capped twice by North Korea’s senior team.