Newcastle and Liverpool are also looking at Man City’s Richards.
Manchester City defender Micah Richards could well be leaving the Etihad Stadium soon with Arsenal, Liverpool, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur all interested, according to talkSPORT.
The 25-year-old has struggled to get first team action with the Citizens for some time and there are several Premier League teams who want a new right-back.
The Gunners have question marks over the future of Bacary Sagna – who’s contract runs out at the end of this season and the Frenchman looks unlikely to sign a new one.
With youngster Carl Jenkinson the only other option for manager Arsene Wenger, Richards could well bring the experience required.
Both the Reds and Spurs want competition for their own English full-backs, with Glen Johnson on Merseyside and Kyle Walker at White Hart Lane.
Both men are now ahead of the City player for national team selection, but there have been issues – particularly with Walker – over defensive responsibilities.
Meanwhile Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has concerns over the Magpies’ own right-back Mathieu Debuchy, who has failed to really impress since arriving at St James’ Park.
All four clubs would be a great option for Richards, who is well and truly second choice on the right side of defence to Argentina international Pablo Zabaleta.
The South American made it into the PFA Team of the Year last term and has impressed once again for City in 2013/14.
Richards meanwhile is seeing what was a very promising career slip away as the defender watches from the sidelines.