Departed Gunners keeper throws parting shot at former club…
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Lukasz Fabianski, the Polish goalkeeper, has aimed a dig at his former club Arsenal, claiming it wasn’t a difficult decision to reject their offer of a new contract and sign for a new side instead.
“It was not hard leaving Arsenal. I have already kind of forgotten about it. It’s behind me,” he told The Sun.
Fabianski payed second fiddle to Wojciech Szczesny at the Emirates last term, and despite Arsene Wenger asking the 28-year-old to stay and fight for his place, Fabianski rejected Arsenal’s advances and left on a free transfer.
He is now expected to play as the no.1 for Gary Monk’s Swansea side, while Arsenal brought in Colombian no.1 David Ospina to compete with Szczesny at Arsenal.
“I had many wonderful years there. But I am a Swansea player now and want to focus on that,” Fabianski added.