Arsenal have submitted an improved £31million bid for Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado, according to reports.
The Gunners have been linked with several names in the summer transfer window as Arsene Wenger plans to improve his squad ahead of a new season.
The French boss is believed to be planning to have a better squad next season after seeing his side fail to finish in a Champions League spot for the first time in twenty years.
Arsenal have been credited with a move for Cuadrado, making an official approach for the winger which was pushed back due to the transfer bid that was not enough.
Reports in Italian outlet Gazzaetta dello Sport claim that the North London side has returned with an improved offer of around £31million having failed in their initial bid.
It is understood that the Gunners believe the new bid will be enough to force the hands of Juventus, who are not keen on selling the winger.
The Colombian winger struggled during his time in the Premier League with Chelsea before being shipped out on loan to Juventus where he became a key figure as they lifted a number of titles.
Juventus, who lost Dani Alves to Manchester City are believed to looking at the chances of luring some other targets to fill in the boots this summer.