Arsenal have set to work on their summer transfer business following the confirmation Arsene Wenger will remain at the club for a further two years.
The Gunners have reportedly already tabled a huge £87million bid for highly-coveted Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe this week.
And French newspaper L'Equipe claim the Premier League club will not stop there and are also interested in Mbappe's team-mate Thomas Lemar.
However, the Gunners know they will face stiff competition for his signature from their north-London rivals Tottenham.
Arsenal have set their sights on Monaco winger Thomas Lemar
Arsenal reportedly want Kylian Mbappe and Thomas Lemar from Monaco
Lemar is yet to agree a new deal with Monaco following his impressive displays this season which helped win the Ligue 1 title.
His current contract has three years left to run, expiring in June 2020, and L'Equipe claim he could be tempted by a move to the Emirates.
The report says Arsenal's pedigree at developing young French talent could be a factor in Lemar leaving Monaco.
But the Gunners' failure to secure Champions League football for next season could work against them in negotiations.
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Also on Arsenal's radar is Mbappe and L'Equipe claim they have entered into a transfer battle with Manchester City and Real Madrid for the 18-year-old striker.
Discussing his future last week, Mbappe said: "There is an awful lot of time ahead to think about all that.
"There are three important matches coming up [for France], I will take stock after.
"Why would I play less? [If he moved away from Monaco]. I will have the time to think about all that, but no, I am not afraid of leaving."