Many Arsenal fans are on red-alert to see if the club announces a new keeper but we will have to be more patient to see if Unai Emery will replace Petr Cech between the sticks.
Now, the latest reports in the media claims that the club have reached an agreement to sign keeper Bernd Leno from Bayern Leverkusen.
It was further reported that the release clause of the German international expired few days ago and The Gunners are said to have already agreed personal terms with the player.
So far this summer, Arsenal have been linked with a couple of goal keeper to come in for ageing Petre Cech who conceded over 60 goals last term.
The 26-year-old German was also linked with a couple of clubs in Europe, with Liverpool and Napoli both said to be showing an interest in signing him.
Reports also claim that Arsenal’s bid will have to be closer to the region of €20-25 million before a move will be finalised, so let’s hope something happens soon and Emery can land the German to replace Cech.