Bernd Leno is no longer Arsenal goalkeeper. Incorporated in the summer of 2018 from Bayer Leverkusen, the German goalkeeper will continue playing in London at the age of 30 after the ‘gunners’ have reached an agreement with Fulham, recently promoted to the Premier League, for the transfer of him.
Leno signs a three-year contract with the option of a fourth and, although both clubs have not disclosed the figures of the operation, according to British media, Fulham pays 9.6 million euros to Arsenal
Leno has played 125 games for Arsenal, but with the arrival of Aron Ramsdale a year ago he lost the starting job as he was no longer Arteta’s first choice and barely played last season.
Balogun, loaned to Òscar’s Reims
It is not the only departure from Arsenal in recent hours since the English striker Folarin Balogun, 21, after being loaned to Òscar Garcia’s Reims for one season without a purchase option. In January he was already loaned to Middlesbrough, from the English Second.