Barcelona prepared to part with Neto this summer with Arsenal ‘mulling over’ move

    Barcelona prepared to part with Neto this summer, with Arsenal ‘mulling over’ move

    Leno & Arsenal

    Arsenal’s current goalkeeping situation is something of a strange one.

    Last season’s run-in saw Emiliano Martinez put on some starring displays for the north Londoners, playing a key role in their FA Cup final success.

    However, over the summer, Arsenal made the decision to stick with Bernd Leno as their no.1, and ship Martinez off to Aston Villa.

    Since the Argentine joined Villa, he has continued to impress, whilst Leno has looked somewhat underwhelming.

    The German has made a number of high-profile mistakes this season, including one vs Everton last month, en route to a defeat which all but confirmed Arsenal missing out on a top-6 spot:

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    Neto to leave Barcelona

    In turn, amid a fairly disappointing campaign, it did not too come as much of a shock to see it claimed that Leno has been added to Arsenal’s for sale list this summer.

    Amongst the Gunners stars on the market are believed to be Leno, Hector Bellerin, Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Sead Kolasinac.

    And now, a report from the Spanish media has linked Arsenal with a new goalkeeper.

    As per Goal, citing Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona are willing to part ways with Neto this summer, with the Gunners believed to be mulling over an offer.

    Neto’s current deal in Catalonia runs until 2023, but MD claim that the shot-stopper will play his final game for the club this Saturday.

    There is no potential fee mentioned in the report, but, given his fairly short contract, and limited playing time since joining Barca, it is hard to see the 31-year-old setting any potential suitor back too much.

    It is also not revealed whether Neto is viewed as a potential replacement for Leno, or a back-up to the German.

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