One of the side that Arsenal Manager Mikel Arteta is looking forward to strengthen is the goalkeepers. The club has three goalkeepers who have failed to make up following the club continuous lose for the last two seasons. Arsenal have been linked with negotiation to sign Barcelona goalkeeper Neto. The Brazilian will be a solid backup to Bernd Leno to help the Gunners from next season. Neto has been linked with a move out of Barcelona following the few appearances given by the club compared to his fellow goalkeeper Marc Andre Ter Stegen.
One key area which needs to be strengthened is the goalkeeping department. Bernd Leno, Emiliano Martinez and Matt Macey are the three shot-stoppers available at the manager’s disposal. Leno has been the first-choice in the past two seasons and has been brilliant for the Gunners. His move is expected to bring changes in Arsenal after Leno struggled to make up this season with several injuries.
31-years old will take up the Gunners starting from the next season. Arteta is looking forward to boost his squad to fit next season competition with the other clubs. They have struggled to make up this season with several lose in many matches which is looked upon for the improvement to perform well next season. Arsenal failed to sign Neto for a lon this summer but they have been linked to bring him for a permanent basis.
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