Arsenal are set for showdown talks with Turkish giants Fenerbache regarding the services of goalkeeper David Ospina, who seems increasingly likely to leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season.
Ospina has had to settle with being second-choice in the Gunners ranks behind Petr Cech, something he’s not happy with, and Turkish outfit Fanatik report that the Colombian has agreed personal terms with Fenerbache.
A move to Istanbul would see Ospina get the regular first-team football he feels he deserves, both domestically and in Europe, but Fenerbache are yet to agree terms with Arsenal- although discussions are likely to be held.
Ospina, who is likely to feature in the FA Cup against Manchester City this weekend, has failed to establish himself as first-choice at the Emirates Stadium and seems set to leave, with the Gunners eyeing their own goalkeeping recruits in the close-season.
Fenerbache are said to be tabling an offer of around €3m for Ospina, a fairly low sum, but Arsenal only paid £3m for the Colombian from OGC Nice in 2014.