PREMIER - Arsenal will put the German stopper up for sale in January
Arsenal will allegedly entertain appropriate proposals for goalkeeper Bernd Leno in the January transfer market.
The German star has found himself on the bench for the Gunners’ last two Premier League games, during which new boy Aaron Ramsdale has kept back-to-back clean sheets versus Burnley and Norwich City.
Furthermore, Bernd’s existing deal with the club now has under two years left to run, and former Arsenal player Kevin Campbell has urged the management to sell the shot-stopper before Leno walks away on a free transfer.
According to a recent report from Eurosport, Leno is extremely unlikely to still be on the books at the English outfit for the 2022-23 season, and the north Londoners will listen to offers for the 29-year-old keeper over the winter.
The report goes on to claim that a return to the German top-flight Bundesliga is the most likely option for the ex-Bayer Leverkusen man, who has kept 34 clean sheets from 120 matches in an Arsenal shirt.