Cape Town - Arsenal are the latest European giant to scout Monaco's highly-rated France international Layvin Kurzawa.
Arsenal sent scout Gilles Grimandi to France to monitor the progress of Layvin Kurzawa according to the Daily Mail.
Kurzawa has attracted interest from Manchester City and Bayern Munich but it is Arsenal who are believed to have the strongest interest in the left back.
The defender made his full international debut for France against Albania in November.
Arsenal, Manchester City and Bayern Munich could all be set for disappointment as the player has dreams of playing at another European giant.
Kurzawa recently told beIn Sport: "The club of my dreams? Manchester United. It is one of my goals to play there one day."
Monaco have reportedly place a £15 million valuation on the talented young defender.