Brighton keeper Mat Ryan has joined Arsenal on a loan deal until the end of the season after falling down the pecking order at The Amex Stadium.

Turns out, in true Teddy Sheringham/Robbie Keane style, Arsenal was the team he supported as a youngster, and he reckons he was watching Arsenal back home in Australia where he also loved a game on the australia online casino.

Ryan tweeted:

“Signing for the club you grew up supporting as a kid, buzzing to be beginning this new chapter and will give everything I’ve got to contribute to the first club I ever loved…”

Robert Sanchez is now Brighton’s first-choice keeper, and the 28 year old Australian international was allowed to leave The Seagulls to try and get himself more first team football at Arsenal.

Ryan will provide competition to Bernd Leno and it looks like Icelandic international keeper Runar Alex Runarsson will drop down the Arsenal pecking order following some suspect performances early on in his Arsenal career and it’s through he could even head out on loan, giving him plenty of time to play jeux de casino en argent réel.

Ryan has 59 caps for Australia and will wear the number 33 shirt, and Edu said on the acquisition:

“Mat will provide very good competition and positive support to all our goalkeepers and we are looking forward to him integrating quickly into the set-up here at Arsenal…”

Good luck Mat Ryan!