Arsenal has been told to up their offer for KAS Eupen star, Henry Onyekuru.
The 19-year-old forward is hot property after netting 20 goals in all competitions this term.
A £6.8m fee had been agreed with the Belgium club.
But, according to reports, Arsenal need to shell out more cash in order to get Nigerian Onyekuru a work permit.
He received his first cap for Nigeria on Friday but does not meet the FA’s strict criteria.
In order to qualify, it’s claimed Arsenal must increase their offer to £7.85m (N3.2billion) and offer him wages in the region of £35,000-a-week.
The Gunners face competition to land Onyekuru.
He has already turned down moves to Belgian giants Brugge and Anderlecht.
Everton, Southampton, Crystal Palace, West Brom and West Ham are all tracking him.
Celtic were keen on Onyekuru who has already turned down moves to Belgian giants Brugge and Anderlecht.