Swansea are interested in signing Fabianski.
Arsenal’s want-away goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski could be joining Swansea City this summer after rejected a new deal with the Gunners, according to the Daily Express.
The 29-year-old’s current contract at the Emirates Stadium expires in a few weeks time and despite being offered an extension, Fabianski has chosen to move on in order to obtain more first team football.
The Poland international has been with the north Londoners for seven years following a transfer from Legia Warszawa in his home nation.
However, since then Fabianski has managed to make just 78 appearances in all competitions and that is why the stopper is keen to move on.
Borussia Dortmund were thought to be interested in the Pole, but it is Swansea who are getting ready to make a move as they prepare for the departure of their current No.1 Michel Vorm.
The Netherlands international is expected to leave the Liberty Stadium this summer, with a reunion with former manager Brendan Rodgers looking likely as the Northern Irishman lines up a move to bring Vorm to Liverpool.
This would leave the Swans with only backup Gerhard Tremmel on the books and they view Fabianski as the ideal candidate to compete with the German.
Arsene Wenger was hoping to hoping to convince the ‘keeper to stay in north London after giving him a run in the starting XI during the team’s successful FA Cup campaign.
Fabianski played in all six matches in the competition that his side eventually won on Saturday, including performing some penalty heroics in the semi-final victory over Wigan Athletic.
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