Fabianski has his heart set on leaving the club.
Despite their best efforts Arsenal are set to lose goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski this summer on a free transfer, according to Goal.
The 29-year-old had previously stated that he wanted to leave the Emirates Stadium when his contract expired, but the Gunners were hoping that he would change his mind.
Fabianski was the club’s ‘keeper throughout their successful FA Cup campaign in 2013/14 and despite reports saying Wojciech Szczesny would be reinstated between the posts in Saturday’s final, the elder stopper started.
Things didn’t look great when the Poland international allowed Hull City to score twice within the first 10 minutes to take a somewhat surprising early lead at Wembley Stadium, but the north Londoners came back and eventually triumphed 3-2 – ending what was approaching a nine year trophy drought at the club.
After the match Fabianski admitted that he may well have played his last game for Arsene Wenger’s side, as he searches for more regular first team football.
“It was probably my last game for Arsenal,” the Pole said.
“I don’t know what I can say, but if I end my Arsenal career in that way then it is the best way to finish.”
Fabianski arrived at the club in 2007 from Legia Warszawa in his home country, but has made just 78 appearances in all competitions in seven years since.
The ‘keeper could be among a number of stars to leave north London this summer on free transfers, with Nicklas Bendtner and Bacary Sagna also expected to depart.
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