Leno is dealing with new opposition for Arsenal’s number one spot from Aaron Ramsdale who most effective joined the Gunners in the recently closed summer switch window.
Ramsdale helped Arsenal to keep a first league smooth sheet in their fit in opposition to Norwich the day gone by.
They had conceded 9 goals from their previous three Premier League suits with Leno criticized for all of them.
Ramsdale is noticeably rated within the Premier League and Mikel Arteta expects him to turn out to be a part of the gunner's achievement in the future.
His emergence means that Gunners might determine now not to offer Leno a new deal or the German would possibly turn any new deal down.
Transfermarketweb reports that Inter Milan stays interested in the 29-year-antique Germany goalkeeper.
They have handpicked Leno as a goalie who can effectively upgrade their squad. Arsenal will need to have two senior goalkeepers in their squad, but if the £100,000-a-week German asks to depart they may not stand in his way.
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