Arsenal are reportedly willing to allow Goalkeeper leave
Arsenal are reportedly willing to allow goalkeeper David Ospina leave on a free this summer amid links with Turkish giants Besiktas.
The Colombian has a further two years remaining in his contract but the London club are reportedly understood to be ready to rip up the terms and sanction the player’s departure on a free this summer.
Besiktas are eager on replacing goalkeeper Fabri who departed to Fulham and have earmarked Ospina as a suitable replacement for the departed Spaniard.
However, there are conflicting stories emanating from different sources as per the emerging report on the South American.
Turkish media outlet Maderturk cites the North Londoners are willing to allow the shot-stopper to depart on a free transfer and also suggest the club are ready to pay the player demands of 2 million euros per season wages
The same source further stated the only hindrance for the deal not yet being rubber stamped is a signing on fee which is yet to be agreed by both the club and the player.
Another outlet, Fotomac though have contrasted claims made by its counterpart and have reported that only a loan move for the player would appeal to the Gunners if their valuation of 1.6 million pounds is met by the Istanbul based clubs