​Bordeaux winger Malcom appears to have snubbed Tottenham's interest and wants to move to fellow ​Premier League side and North London rivals Arsenal.

According to ​The Sun, the 20-year-old has met with representatives from both clubs in recent weeks, but the Brazilian appears to prefer a move to the Emirates.

The fee allegedly agreed could be as high as £44m for a man who has netted seven Ligue 1 goals this season as well as providing four assists for a side who are just two points above the relegation zone. 

The Brazil U23 star has been one of the most sought-after players in this window, although Arsene Wenger has distanced themselves from making a move for Malcom for now at least. 

The Gunners boss said: "He is a good player but nothing is happening. We are not on that case at the moment."


A move to ​Arsenal could be finalised as soon as this month should Alexis Sanchez leave the Gunners in this window, ​as both Manchester clubs lead the chase for the Chilean star.  

The 29-year-old is currently into the final six months of his contract and looks destined to leave Arsenal in 2018, with Malcom considered to be a direct replacement who, like Sanchez, is comfortable operating on either wing or as a central striker.