Arsenal look increasingly close to capturing Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira, with the World Cup winner having reportedly lowered his wage demands in an attempt to push through the switch, as reported by fichajes.net.
Khedira has looked ever more likely to move away from Real in the near future, with his contract set to expire at the end of the season and no indication that there is any chance of agreeing a new deal with the Champions League winners.
The German international looked likely to move to Arsenal in the summer, but a move failed to be completed over his significant wage demands.
However, it now seems as though Khedira is willing to accept a lesser salary, around £80,000, to push through a move to the Premier League.
Arsenal could therefore push through a move for the player, with a deal with Real possible in January.
The Gunners would likely have to pay around £25 million to sign him.