According to a source at the Emirates, Arsenal should make a move for Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling if Theo Walcott decides to leave in the summer.
The Daily Star has published an interview in which "a source at the Emirates" believes that the 20-year-old would be a perfect fit in Arsene Wenger's squad especially because he wouldn't affect the club's homegrown quota.
The Englishman - who turned down a new contract with the Reds - is available for £60m but the Gunners could include Theo Walcott as part of the deal.
"I think that if Theo [Walcott] is interested in going, then we should make a move," the source is quoted as saying by Starsport.
"We'd be getting a better player and our homegrown quota wouldn't change.
"Sterling is a very hungry player, and I don't think he wants to leave because he won't win things.
"I think he's had a massive falling out with someone over there, and that he's not being treated right.
"He's an unreal talent."