Arsenal are expected to finalise a deal for goalkeeper Petr Cech within the next week, as he is expected to arrive for £10.9m from London rivals Chelsea.
And that could mean that Gunners goalkeeper David Ospina is on his way out.
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Ospina spent a large chunk of the 2014-15 season as Arsenal’s number one, but the team has decided to move on with Wojciech Szczesny as their primary back-up, according to reports in France.
Szczesny also has plenty of starting experience and will be able to fill in for Cech, who will be leaving Chelsea after 11 seasons.
Fortunately for Ospina, an opening could emerged at Marseille as their goalkeeper, Steve Mandanda, is being linked to a move to Tottenham Hotspur.
Current Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been rumored to be heading to Manchester United, creating a merry-go-round of potential transfer deals for goalkeepers across the world.
Some of these deals will be dependent on what happens to current Man United stopper David de Gea though, as Real Madrid are still attempting to reach an agreement with the Red Devils.