Arsenal have conceded more than 24 goals this season and it’s a very worrisome stats for Unai Emery who is in his first season at the Emirates stadium.
The former Sevilla boss signed five players in the summer window, but that hasn’t stopped his men from conceding basket of goals so far.
The unwanted defensive record has reportedly forced Emery into making bids for some wonderful defenders, including a goalkeeper.
Yes, you heard me right! Despite signing Bernd Leno from Bayern Leverkusen for £19.2m in the summer market, Emery has offered £14m for Real Madrid want-away goalie Keylor Navas.
According to the Sun, the Spaniard wants to add more quality to his goalkeeping department and he might cash-in on ageing Petr Cech.
The Gunners fans could welcome the Costa Rica international to the Emirates stadium due to the keeper’s recent post on his Instagram page.
The goalkeeper, who has lost his place to former Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, posted a picture of himself having a handshake with one of Madrid’s fan with a caption “thanks for everything”
This might mean an indirect way of saying his goodbye to the Los Blancos faithful who have been supporting him since his switch to Santiago Bernabeu in 2014 after the World Cup that was hosted by Brazil.
Don’t worry, we will get you posted as things unfold as regards to the goalie’s proposed move to the Emirates Stadium.