With Fulham interested in a deal, Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has been given a 75% chance of leaving the club this summer.
According to SportBILD, the German goalkeeper needs to leave the Emirates this summer ahead of the World Cup in Qatar.
After Aaron Ramsdale arrived and immediately established himself as the number one with a string of strong performances, Leno was forced to fill in as the number two under Mikel Arteta last season.
That’s led to numerous reports that Leno will try to leave Arsenal this summer in search of the regular playing time he wants.
Leno “wants to play again” and not “sit out his contract on the bench,” according to SportBILD, which picks up on this.
He can only remain hopeful that he will be chosen to join Germany’s World Cup squad if he gets “minutes of action” and stays in touch with Hansi Flick and his team about the situation.
Fulham is ‘interested’ in a deal, and so he needs to find himself a new team where he will be the indisputable number one.
There’s no mention of Arsenal’s demands or whether Fulham would match those, just that they are an interested party.
The newspaper, however, does tag on a ‘transfer probability 75%’ at the end, indicating that in their opinion Leno will be on the move this summer.