Looks like Arsene Wenger is keen on another Belgian after the success of Thomas Vermaelen.
Eden Hazard has been one the revelations of Ligue 1 this term.
The diminutive attacking midfielder only played a handful of games last season but he made himself a first choice this term.
The Belgium starlet started his education at FC Tubize, before catching the eye of Lille scouts and moving to northern France.
He quickly settled and was handed his senior debut at the age of 16. Hazard already has two caps with Belgium
An established first team player with LOSC at just 18-years-old, the winger has excited fans of the northern club with his direct dribbling style. News of his talent soon reached London and Arsenal dispatched Tony Adams and Gilles Grimandi to watch the player in action against Valencia in the Europa League last Thursday, a match in which he was his side’s outstanding player.
The winger attracted a great deal of interest in the summer after a tremendous campaign last season. Many giants of the world game, including Manchester United, Inter and Barcelona were linked with his progress, but he elected to stay with LOSC citing a desire to develop further by playing at a club where he is comfortable.