Italian Serie A outfit Napoli are reportedly ready to keep Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina at the club permanently.
David Ospina spent the entire last season with the Italian outfit and he is believed to have impressed a lot which makes the club consider keeping him.
The Colombia International was unable to find his feet at the North London outfit because of the presence of German stopper Bernd Leno, who ended up becoming the first choice ahead of legendary goalkeeper Petr Cech.
Now that the Legendary goalkeeper is retiring, David Ospina might still not find his way to the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal are already in the market for a new goalkeeper.
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The Italian outfit are now willing to give the Colombia international an opportunity of a first-team football by approaching Arsenal for a permanent deal for the goalkeeper.
David Ospina had a transfer tag of £3.1million on the condition that he plays a total of 25 games for the Italian Serie A outfit but he fell short by one. Napoli will, therefore, negotiate that amount.
It is now unclear if Arsenal will release David Ospina permanently or will have him return to the Emirates Stadium to compete with German goalkeeper Bernd Leno.