Arsenal’s third-choice goalkeeper David Ospina is definitely going to leave the Gunners this summer as he will find game-time too hard to get in the coming season due to the acquisition of Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen.
The Colombian star is an error-prone goalie, who wasn’t in Arsene Wenger’s good book throughout the Frenchman’s spell as the club’s manager.
Having loaned out Matt Macey to Plymouth yesterday, the Colombia international seems to be the next goalie to leave the Emirates Stadium as reports claimed that Besiktas are on the verge of capturing his service this summer.
It was rumoured earlier this month that Argentine club Bocca Juniors were monitoring his signature as they hope to reach an agreement with Arsenal for the player before the start of next season.
However, the report turned out to be one of those transfer news that can’t be trusted as it was just a mere speculation.
Meanwhile, there is another report which emanated from the Gunners camp on Monday(yesterday) via the Daily Mirror suggesting that Unai Emery has accepted a €1.5m bid from Turkish League giants Besiktas to capture the 29-year-old goalie on a season-long loan.
They report that the former PSG manager is ready to loan out Ospina — who is not in the Manager’s plan for next season — to the Turkish side so as to get quality game-time in the coming season.