The 21-year-old has starred for the Bees this season, starting 17 of their 18 league games
Arsenal are plotting a £15million move for Brentford defender Ezri Konsa, according to reports.
The England Under-21 international has starred for the Bees since joining in a £2.85million deal from Charlton in June.
He has started 17 of Brentford’s 18 league games this season, forming a solid partnership with Chris Mepham, who has been linked with top-flight club Bournemouth.
Konsa, a ball-playing centre-half, would suit Arsenal boss Unai Emery’s style.
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And The Sun report Brentford value the 21-year-old at £15million.
London-born Konsa can also operate in a holding midfield role or as a full-back having played in both positions for Charlton.
He scored his first international goal in a European Championship qualifying win over Andorra last month.