The former Porto and Zenit winger is currently on a lucrative contract with Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG and still has three years to run on his deal.
But he was previously linked with a move to Tottenham when André Villas-Boas was the coach and it seems his ambition to turn out in the Premier League has not decreased with time.
He might already be 30, but Hulk still fancies a shot at English football, and speaking via Portuguese news outlet Record, he said: “It’s always been a dream, it’s a very competitive championship and the stadiums are full in every game, no matter what the team, I always follow the league and I have always supported Arsenal.
“[I’m a fan of] Wenger’s way of playing, but unfortunately he has not won trophies in recent years.
“I have a contract for four years and have three left.
“I am very happy, but nothing is impossible, especially in football.”
A few years ago, Hulk was one of European football’s most sought-after players, but, now in his thirties, would he still be attractive to Premier League managers, particularly Arsene Wenger?
What do you think?