Finally Bernd Leno's move from Arsenal to Fulham has been confirmed with the goalkeeper signing a three year deal at Craven cottage.
The 30-year old farmer Bayer Leverkusen short stopper has linked up with the newly promoted side in an £8 milion transfer where he will be the club's number 1.
After four years at Arsenal, Bernd has decided to swap North London for West London in search of regular first-team football after being displaced by Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale.
Leno has signed a contract that runs to 2025 with the option of a further 12 months.
Speaking to Arsenal fans through his Twitter account, Leno said: "Hey Arsenal fans,it is time to move on for me.It's been a pleasure to be part of this great football club for four amazing years. Thank you very much for your support. Also a big thank you to my team mates and the staff behind the team. Am looking forward to see you soon."
Speaking to Fulham's website, Leno said: "It feels amazing to finally be here. I can't wait to join the team ,to train and play with the team. I'm relieved that everything is done. I'm just happy to be here. It took a little bit of time but in the end we made it, and that is the most important thing.
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