English second tier side Ipswich Town are looking into the possibility of signing Arsenal youngster Emmanuel Frimpong after the Gunners declared the Ghanaian surplus to requirements.
The 21-year-old is yet to make a first-team appearance for the Gunners this season which led to reports of him being told to look elsewhere for playing time.
Injuries and the presence of key midfielders have conspired against the Ghanaian even though he is hugely talented.
In his teens as he was viewed as one of the most promising young players at the club but with lack of playing time he has been unable to realise his potential.
Frimpong has previously gone out on loan to Fulham and Charlton Athletic, as well as Wolverhampton Wanderers where he played under current Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy.
McCarthy is keen to link up with Frimpong again, and that Arsenal too would be open to allowing the midfielder to leave.