Luton Town are looking to sign Albert Sambi Lokonga from Arsenal in a deadline-day loan deal, according to reports.

Mike McGrath of the Daily Telegraph reports that Arsenal’s Albert Sambi Lokonga is the subject of a deadline-day loan bid from Luton Town. McGrath adds that Lokonga is now set to decide on the move.

Pete O’Rourke of Football Insider writes that Luton are in talks to sign Lokonga before tonight’s deadline, confirming that it would be another loan move for the midfielder.

O’Rourke highlights that several clubs in England and Europe have been credited with an interest in Lokonga, but it’s Luton who are pushing to seal a deal on the final day.

Earlier this week, reports suggested that Galatasaray had made an attempt to sign the Arsenal midfielder, with talks planned on Thursday. But as it stands, there hasn’t been any update on the status of those conversations.

Lokonga had also been linked with AS Monaco and Burnley earlier in the window.

The move to Burnley seemed to fall apart over personal terms, whilst Monaco made enquiries but never an official bid.

Lokonga had reportedly spoken to Burnley boss Vincent Kompany about a move, and he was expected to play a key role for the side.

But The Athletic then reported that a move was on hold as the newly-promoted club looked to finalise other deals.