Dutch side PSV will apparently refuse to cash in on winger Hirving Lozano to Premier League giant Arsenal in the winter unless his minimum fee buyout clause is met.
The Mexican international winger has hit the ground running in the Dutch League since making the move from Pachuca just this summer, netting six goals in his opening six games, including becoming the first ever player to find the back of the net in his first three PSV league matches.
Arsenal Chief scout Steve Rowley is already watching the 20 year-old closely as he makes waves in the Eredivise, and is said to have recommended the youngster, and a £20 Million offer was said to be a possibility.
According to latest reports, the Dutch league leaders will refuse to cash in unless his £30 Million buyout clause is paid.
Lozano is said to be lined up as a possible replacement for outgoing Chilean Alexis Sanchez, who currently looks set to depart the Emirates Stadium before next season. There is talk that the contract rebel could be sold in the New Year, but as on transfer Deadline Day, it is thought that he will only be granted his departure should a replacement be brought in in the process.
The former Barcelona forward was believed to have agreed terms with rivals Manchester City in August, only for the Gunners to have to backtrack on their stance following Thomas Lemar decision to remain in AS Monaco for the season.