Look at the back of any newspaper this week and sure to be on it is the face of controverial Liverpool striker, Luis Suarez.
Leading the line to snatch up the wantaway star is Real Madrid and suprisingly Arsenal, who this week tabled a cheeky bid of £1 over £40m.
Scoring 30 goals last season for Brendan Rodgers' side, he stood out as one of the Premier Leagues best players, and undeniably one of the most controversial.
So would he be an inspired signing for Arsenal?
Always shrouded in controversy the Uraguayan has been banned for 19 games in his two and a half year spell at Anfield, 6 of those are still to be served. Too much baggage for an Arsenal team who are eager to get off to a fast start in the league?
Though at 26 years old, perhaps the best of Suarez is still to come. The prospect of him linking up with Santi Cazorla down the middle, with Walcott bursting down the wings would be a scary prospect. Throw Giroud and Podolski thrown into the mix and Arsenal with Luis Suarez would be a team who could be capable of winning trophies once again, something which has eluded them since the FA Cup in 2005.
The Arsenal fans are crying out for a big-money signing, and most certainly Luis Suarez fits the bill perfectly.
What a statement of intent it would be.