At least one Arsenal player has agreed personal terms ahead of transfer
According to reports from Turkey, Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, has agreed to join Turkish giants Fenerbahce this summer.
Ospina has found it very hard to dislodge current club number one Petr Cech and is said to be unhappy. He has been used primarily in Europe since he joined the Gunners, and since the Gunners have always left the competition at the round of 16 or quarter final stage, Ospina has seen very limited action in an Arsenal jersey so far.
The 28 year is said to have agreed personal terms with Fenerbahce and the it remains for the club to reach an agreement with the Gunners.
The Colombian will reportedly earn around £40,000 per week over a four year term. Ospina is said to be very happy to move, but it is unclear if the Gunners will let him leave.
Arsenal are planning a summer overhaul of their current group of players, but it is not certain if Ospina is among the players that the club wants to get rid of.
It is believed that Arsenal will want around £4 Million for the goalie, and Fenerbahce are willing to pay that amount.