Midfielder Nydam, 17, is a long-term function for the Gunners, consistent with The Sun, and it’s claimed they’re planning to unencumber a switch when the transfer window reopens in January.
The Tractor Boys academy graduate has started eight video video games in all competitions this season, plus four appearances as a substitute.
He has less than two years left on his contract at Portman Road.
Nydam, who was born in Zimbabwe, has featured at Under-19 degree for England.
Ipswich have an incredible history of fast-tracking more youthful avid avid gamers, and manager Mick McCarthy has tipped Nydam and team-mate Flynn Downes, 18, for the easiest.
Speaking in August, McCarthy discussed: “They are as excellent as any more youthful avid avid gamers that I’ve worked with.
“I worked with Mark Kennedy and Ben Thatcher at Millwall and those two went without delay to be top avid avid gamers at top golfing apparatus.
“Flynn and Tristan are as just right as they had been and that’s reward certainly as a result of they had been each in point of fact just right avid gamers.”
According to The Sun, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to pay £2million for Nydam.
The Gunners might simply in an instant loan him out to get further experience within the match that they sign him in January.
Nydam carried out 59 minutes in Saturday’s 2-1 win at Burton Albion as Ipswich arrested their shedding streak.
The Tractor Boys commute to Wales to play Cardiff City the next day (7.45pm).