By Nadia Carminati
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Arsene Wenger has considered the claims of a huge number of keepers from across the globe, with Brazilian international Marcos travelling to England for lengthy discussions last month, but the Arsenal manager's fellow Frenchman Frey certainly fits the bill.
At 22, the Parma shot-stopper has time on his side, and would be a tremendous signing for The Gunners.
"At present, I feel very good here at Parma," he stated.
"But I have to admit that The Premiership is still more beautiful, and Arsenal are the world's best team, as affirmed by many people.
"I repeat, here in Parma, I feel good, but we'll have to talk about this another time in June."
If Parma do lose Frey, who is under contract until 2006, they have already lined up the signing of one of the top young keepers in Italy.
Azzurri Under-21 and Livorno starlet Marco Amelia, considered to have huge potential, is part of Arrigo Sacchi's plan to bring young talent to Ennio Tardini.