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Germany legend Lothar Matthaus claimed on Saturday that the Nurnberg forward is looking for accomodation in London ahead of an expected summer move.
"Arsenal are believed to be interested in Drmic," Matthaus said.
"I know for a fact that his wife is looking for a flat in London. I assume that Drmic will finish the season with Nurnberg hopefully successful and Nurnberg will sell him afterwards with a good profit - in this case to Arsenal.
Drmic dismissed the talk of house-hunting but added that he "dreams" of playing for the Gunners, adding later: "At the moment, I'm single. There is no one house-hunting in London."
"What will happen in the future, I don't know. Any boy dreams about playing for Arsenal."
Drmic scored his 16th goal of the season as Nurnburg lost a crucial relegation battle 3-2 against Freiburg. He found himself fairly iscolated overall, managing just one other shot on goal and 25 touches.
However, when he did receive the ball, he tried to involve others, with a 75 per cent passing completion rate, which only reduced slightly to 73.33% and 71.43% in the opposition half and final third.