Arsenal will obviously be looking to make reinforcements when the summer transfer window opens in June.After having to endure a disappointing campaign,the gunners are backed to make upgrades on their squad in what will definitely be a busy summer for the north London club.
One area that Arteta will be looking for a quick fix will undoubtedly be in the goalkeeping department.After selling their second choice goalkeeper Martinez to Aston Villa,Arsenal have had to put up with the ever -prone Bernd Leno.The German goalkeeper has made a lot of avoidable errors that has cost the gunners the chance of playing European football next season.
With season coming to an end in less than two weeks,Arsenal are more than certain to miss out on European slots for next season.
Arteta knows he needs a reliable goalkeeper to change fortunes next season and he has his eyes on Neto.Arsenal had submitted a loan bid for the 31 year old veteran goalkeeper in January transfer window but the deal never materialised.However,Barcelona are ready to part ways with their second choice goalkeeper and Arteta will definitely be ready to pounce.
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