Arsenal will make a bid for Ryan Fraser after next week's Europa League final, according to a report in the Independent.

The winger has just one year remaining on his Cherries contract and has been linked with a move to all of the Premier League's top six in recent weeks.

But the latest report claims that Manchester United have no interest in the winger, who claimed 14 Premier League assists during the 2018-19 campaign.

Instead Arsenal are said to be leading the race with their summer transfer budget clearer after next Wednesday's Europa League final against Chelsea in Baku, where victory would seal them a spot in next season's Champions League.

Speaking about links to Arsenal in April, Fraser told Sky Sports: "I'm not going to lie, it is very nice.

"It means you're doing something right.

"They are a huge, massive club."

The report claims Cherries are holding out for £30million for Fraser, with the Scot's former club Aberdeen due a cut of any sell-on fee following his £400,000 switch from Pittodrie in 2013.

Speaking to the Daily Echo earlier this month, Cherries boss Eddie Howe said: "I think with the money involved in the Premier League now, letting a player’s contract run out is definitely something that’s a possibility.

“Ryan is probably more valuable to us on the pitch than the money we could ever get on a resale.

“He’s under contract next year and we’re looking forward to working with him again.”