Emirates Stadium side join Everton and Sunderland in chase for talented full-back.
Arsenal are leading a host of clubs in pursuit of highly rated Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings according to the Sunday Mirror.
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Arsenal chief scout Steve Rowley has been running the rule over the England Under 21 international with Everton and Sunderland also keen on the young left-back.
Crystal Palace made a £3m offer for Ming in January and his valuation will certainly have increased a fair bit since then, such have been his consistent displays for the Portman Road side.
Ipswich Town have started the season in bright fashion, losing just two of their opening Championship fixtures, with Mings starting ten of the 11 fixtures thus far this term.
Though Arsene Wenger is well known for unearthing foreign talents he has also displayed his willingness to raid the ‘lower leagues’ for top talents having signed the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Carl Jenkinson from Cardiff City and Charlton Athletic in recent seasons.