Belgian striker Henry Onyekuru is understood to be optimistic of striking a deal which secures him a move to Arsenal soon.
The London side are currently in talks with the Nigerian forward's representatives over a possible transfer from KAS Eupen.
A number of Premier League clubs are interested in Onyekuru, including Everton, Southampton, West Brom and Crystal Palace.
Scottish champions Celtic also tried to sign the 19-year-old in January but the player has decided he wants a move to the Emirates.
Discussions between Arsenal and Onyekuru's representatives are believed to be progressing well, with the club seemingly willing to meet his £6.8m release fee.
The teenager has already turned down opportunities to join two of Belgium's leading sides, Anderlecht and Brugge, after finishing as the joint-leading scorer in the Jupiler League.
Onyekuru is currently at a training camp with the Nigerian national squad having been called up for the first time.
They play Corsica in an unofficial international on Friday before meeting Togo on June 1, with Onyekuru hoping to feature in those fixtures after an impressive club campaign.