David Ospina has said he will decide his future after the international break, amid rumours Arsenal’s second-choice shot-stopper will leave this summer.
- The Colombian wants more first team football
- He’s been heavily linked with Fenerbahce
- Ospina insists he is still happy at Arsenal
Speaking to Fichajes, Ospina said that his future is yet to be decided and that he won’t make his decision until after the international break.
“There’s nothing concrete yet, but there are things out there,” he said. “I still have a contract with Arsenal. When I return from international duty, I’ll have some meetings and then decide my future.”
Ospina has struggled for regular first team football at Arsenal as he’s been backup to Petr Cech in the last two seasons.
It was believed he would be joining Fenerbahce soon for around £3m as a result. However, it now seems he has offers from Spain as well.
Ospina was handed a start in the FA Cup final, which many believed was Arsene Wenger’s way of giving the keeper one final moment, as he did with Lukasz Fabianski in 2014.
He made a number of impressive stops in that game to help Arsenal to their third FA Cup in four years. Whoever gets Ospina in the end, they’ll be getting a competent keeper for a bargain.