Hungary whizkid Dominik Szoboszlai is ready for the Premier League, according to his national team manager Marco Rossi.
The RB Salzburg playmaker has been on the wishlist for a number of Europe's biggest clubs for some time.
At just 20, Szoboszlai has shown himself as a player with immense potential for both club and country.
Just last month, Hungary and Rossi were the benefactors of Szoboszlai's talents when the youngster scored a late winner against Iceland to book their place in the Euros next summer.
Arsenal, Tottenham, RB Leipzig and AC Milan are just some of the names who have been linked with the Hungarian maestro.
Talk surrounding the Gunners has increased recently as Mikel Arteta continues to struggle with creativity in his side.
But some have doubted whether the maturity of Szoboszlai would be able to handle the pressure of England's top-flight.
Rossi is not one of those people, telling Tribalfootball.com: "Dominik is one of the most interesting young talent on the entire European scene.
"I think he can play for any top league, but it's also clear that who buys will need to give him some time to settle in.