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Arsene Wenger to sanction deal for £45m world class netminder to replace Petr Cech

Arsenal are reportedly in search of a goalkeeper who will replace their first choice netminder Petr Cech, as is getting older and consistently putting up poor performances, according to reports.

According to Daily Mail, the North London club seem to have found a world-class goalkeeper in person of Atletico Madrid’s goalkeeper Jan Oblak and they are set to spend big on his signature.

Having seen Cech made a costly error which led to Jordan Ayew’s goal against Swansea on Wednesday, Arsene Wenger believes there is a need for new and young goalkeeper in his squad.

Daily Mail also report that the Gunners who broke their transfer record when they signed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from  Borussia Dortmund for a reported fee of £56million might also break their transfer record in the summer if they must sign the Slovenian Goalkeeper because Atletico are not willing to sell him in the summer except there is a huge-money offer from interested clubs.

Westbrom’s veteran defender Jonny Evans could be another player moving to the Emirates stadium in next transfer window according to the sport journal. Evans still remains at the Hawthorns despite interest from League Leaders Manchester City, Manchester United and the Gunners in the just concluded winter window.

Arsene Wenger could sign him as low as £3million should the Baggies relegate at the end of the season.

 

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