By Jonny Wootton
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Scottish international has so far refused to sign a new deal with the Dons and seems to have his heart set on a move to a big London club, which would make Arsenal clear favourites to secure the services of the 29-year-old.
Wenger will be keen to rebuild his ageing defence and, at 36, England international David Seaman could be the first to lose his place in then first team.
However the talented goalkeeper is highly rated by Manchester United and could be drawn to the European champions by the success that they have enjoyed in recent seasons.
Wimbledon manager Egil Olsen has given up hope of persuading his number one to stay with the club, saying: "I will be very sad to see him go but we are resigned to losing him."
Wenger was thought to be grooming 22-year-old reserve keeper Alex Manninger as Seaman`s successor, but he has failed to live up to his early promise.