- The Gunners were in for the Bournemouth attacking midfielder last summer.
- However, the Cherries turned down several bids for Fraser and he stayed put.
- The Scot's contract expires this summer and Arsenal will try signing him on a free, according to the Daily Mirror.
Unai Emery has tried to lure the Scot away in 2019, with Arsenal submitting several bids around £12m - however, Bournemouth refused to let the player go.
Fraser was considered a cheap alternative to Nicolas Pepe, who the Gunners eventually signed for a club-record £72m fee.
The Cherries midfielder will be out of contract this summer and is yet to commit to new terms at a Bournemouth side struggling to avoid relegation.
He has an outstanding individual 18/19 campaign, providing 14 assists and scoring 7 goals himself. However, this season Fraser only has one goal and four assists in 28 matches.
The Gunners may go in for Ryan again partly because of the financial constraints Mikel Arteta's side will face if they fail to qualify for the Champions League for the 4th time in a row.
Arsenal do lack creativity in the middle of the park though, with Mesut Ozil fading and Nico Pepe very inconsistent for now.
Do you think Fraser could be a decent signing for Arsenal or should the Gunners look elsewhere?