Arsenal are yet to find a new goalkeeper for next season as they join the race to sign Galatasaray's Fernando Muslera, Express Sport reports.
The future of Poland's Wojciech Szczesny is still unclear although it seems more and more likely that boss Arsene Wenger will sell the 25-year-old after dropping him at the start of the year.
Colombia's David Ospina impressed after taking over in goal but should have done better to stop Bafetimbi Gomis' header in Arsenal's home defeat at Swansea City earlier this month.
Muslera, 28, is available for an estimated fee of £15m although Wenger's main priority for the summer continues to be Chelsea's Petr Cech who would bring experience and leadership to the Arsenal defensive department.
Internazionale are also in the chase for the Uruguayan as regular goalkeeper Samir Handanovic is expected to leave at the end of the season.