The end of Arsene Wenger will surely mean the of some players’ stay at the Emirates stadium, the new incoming manager would like to bring new players with him to the North London club.
One of the players who could be moving out of the Gunners alongside the Frenchman is Arsenal first-choice goalkeeper Petr Cech, who is being tipped by pundits to leave after an unsuccessful spell at the Emirates stadium this season.
However, Arsenal sporting director Sven Mislintant is presently in talks with Bayern Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno over the possibility of bringing him to the Emirates Stadium as Cech’s replacement.
The former Borussia Dortmund chief is hoping he could get the £22m-rated goaltender, who was one of the best goalkeepers in the German League this outgone season.
According to TeamTalk, the 26-year-old is seen as the only worthy player who will be able to control his defenders and also acts as a source of motivation to other players on the field of play, just as David De Gea has been doing all season with their rival, Manchester United.
TeamTalk also proceed to confirm that both parties are in advanced stage of negotiations and anything could positively happen in the coming weeks.
The Gunners are willing to table £22m- a fee not too much for a player of his qualities and growing reputation – in the summer and they would be hoping they beat Liverpool, who are also interested in the netminder, to his signature during the next transfer period.