Malaga star edges toward the exit.
Arsenal and Manchester City have been put on high alert after it emerged that goalkeeper Willy Caballero is edging closer to the exit door at La Liga side Malaga this summer, according to Inside Futbol.
According to Spanish daily Marca, both Arsenal and Manchester City are ready to pay at least €7m to sign the Malaga custodian.
The two sides are both thought to be in the market for a new goalkeeper this summer after Arsene Wenger lost Italian Emiliano Viviano and Pole Lukasz Fabianski, meaning he currently has just one first team goalkeeper on his books.
But City boss Manuel Pellegrini also rates the Argentine highly, having had him under his stewardship whilst in charge of the club before heading to the Premier League himself.
The 32-year-old joined Malaga at the start of 2011 and quickly established himself between the sticks at the Spanish side.
Caballero was an ever-present for Malaga last term, making 38 appearances in their league campaign, though he conceded 42 goals and kept 12 clean sheets in the process.
He is still under contract with the club until 2017, but it is believed that Malaga could be convinced to sell for the right price.