​French goalkeeper Alban Lafont is set to leave Toulouse in the summer amid links with Arsenal and Napoli.


The 19-year-old has impressed in Ligue 1 this season, and L'Equipe report that he has caught the eye of a number of top European clubs.


​Napoli are believed to be the favourites to secure Lafont's signature, with Pepe Reina recommending the teenager to the club's hierarchy, and talks between the two clubs are ongoing.

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Napoli president Aurelio Di Laurentiis is, however, reportedly unwilling to spend more than €10m plus bonuses for Lafont.


​Arsenal, who were ​linked with the youngster in February, are still said to be monitoring his availability. But they are yet to make any concrete approach.


Lafont admitted earlier this year that a move to the Emirates would be an appealing prospect. In an interview with SFR Sport, he said: "I’ve liked them since I was young – I’d watch the matches of Robin van Persie."

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Asked about his potential exit, he added: "I don’t know, we’ll see how it goes. For the immediate future, I would like to save my club [from relegation] and after that, we’ll see later.


“If I’m good I deserve to move up to the next level, but I am not busy with that right now.”


Roma are also reportedly interested in Lafont, anticipating the potential loss of Alisson to ​Liverpool.

​Newcastle and ​Watford make up the list of clubs said to be keeping tabs on the youngster.