Arsenal have had a £6million offer rejected for Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall, Daily Mail reports.
The Gunners are looking at competition for number-one goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny after Lukasz Fabianski left for Swansea, and have targeted Cardiff’s David Marshall as their man.
The Scot was a solid performer for the Bluebirds last season, but the club were unable to avoid relegation back into the Championship.
However the Gunners’ £6million bid was insufficient in landing the 29-year-old, with Cardiff reportedly hoping for an offer in the region of £15million.
Leicester City are also looking at Cardiff City for reinforcements, with Sportsmail revealing that the newly-promoted side triggered striker Fraizer Campbell’s release clause.
The former Manchester United ace is looking to stay in the Premier League and sees a move to the King Power Stadium as an ideal opportunity.
Meanwhile want-away Arsenal striker Niklas Bendtner is being chased by Bundesliga side Stuttgart, but could still remain in England having held talks with Crystal Palace and Hull City.
The Danish international has found it extremely difficult to break into the Gunners first team, albeit with only Olivier Giroud the other out-and-out striker.