Arsenal have stepped up their interest in Hull City’s 17-year-old defender Josh Tymon, according to ESPN FC.
The report states that Tymon is currently one of the lowest earners in the League but has caught the eye of the Gunners. According to the Sun, Tymon earns just £160 per week making him one of the lowest paid players in the Premier League history.
Arsene Wenger has held a long-term interest in Tymon after the youngster impressed during a FA Cup clash between the two sides last season.
Tymon made his Premier League debut over the weekend during Hull’s 3-0 defeat at the hands of Sunderland. The young defender is still to to put pen-to-paper on a professional contract with the Tigers.
ESPN FC go onto state that both Liverpool and Everton are also interested in Tymon and are weighing up a move for the England youth international.
Arsenal take on PSG in the UEFA Champions League this week as they look to secure top spot in Group A. Meanwhile Hull City are preparing for this weekends clash with West Brom in the Premier League.