Arsenal would be the ideal club for Chile star Alexis Sanchez, according to Udinese sporting director Fabrizio Larini.
Sanchez, 24, was the most coveted young player in the world when he left Udinese in 2011.
Barcelona won the race to secure his signature, but injuries and fierce competition for places have prevented him from shining at the Nou Camp.
As such, he has been tipped to leave Catalonia in the summer, and a string of top European sides have been linked with him.
Arsenal and Liverpool are believed to be among the interested parties in England and Larini feels the Chilean forward would shine at the Emirates Stadium.
He told Tuttomercatoweb: "I do not know his current situation at the Spanish club. But his fitness problems have definitely limited his performances.
"The only thing that these teams will have to consider is that he is a player who needs freedom to play his way. In teams that have particularly rigid patterns of play he might have a few problems.
"Sanchez needs to play the ball on the ground, just like Arsenal. That would be his ideal game."