If emerging reports are to be believed, English Premier League outfit Arsenal and Italian Serie A side Napoli have agreed on a deal for this summer transfer window.
The report claim that Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina will no longer be returning to the Emirates Stadium as he has already agreed to remain at Naples to have regular playing time.
David Ospina spent the entire last season on loan with the Serie A outfit and has made it clear that he would not be leaving the club for a return to the Emirates Stadium.
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It can be concluded that David Ospina was sent parking by the coming of Brend Leno from the Bundesliga as the German international was able to find his way into the team to become a first choice stopper.
However, Carlo Ancelotti’s side will pay £4million for the Colombia international who proved his worth in a total of eight clean sheets to help Napoli.
With legendary goalkeeper Petr Cech already out of the Emirates Stadium for retirement, it is expected that David Ospina would return back to provide an option to Bernd Leno but the Gunners boss seems not to be interested in working with him and might have an option already.