Tag: Bernd Leno
Petr Čech insists Unai Emery has given him no assurances over the first-choice spot at Arsenal, and the decision is just down to how well he plays.
As he watched the ball roll perilously close to his own goal line after attempting what seemed to be a simple pass, Petr Cech would have been forgiven for thinking “Jsem příliš starý na tohle hovno.”
Unai Emery insists that Bernd Leno will have to be patient at his new club, despite Arsenal fans desperately calling for the goalkeeper to get a chance immediately.
Bayer Leverkusen poked fun at Petr Čech after Arsenal's defeat to Manchester City on Sunday, suggesting the Gunners should give former Leverkusen man Bernd Leno a chance.
In terms of arrivals, the summer window is shut for English clubs but they can still sell players until the end of the month.
With pre-season coming to an end with victory over Lazio, we're taking a look back at how each player performed over the five matches.
Arsenal have gone through a number of changes in goal over the summer, but assuming there aren't any more, how will Arsenal line up at all levels next season?
Bernd Leno was close to joining Napoli under Maurizio Sarri but a ‘relaxed’ approach from the Italians allowed Arsenal to steal in.
Shkodran Mustafi trolled Bernd Leno after the goalkeeper turned up to Arsenal training with a charger for his phone that looks than it has been on the go since smartphones were first invented.
Unai Emery has confirmed that Arsenal plan to cut the number of first-team goalkeepers down to three, meaning two of the current squad will have to leave.
Arsenal have announced Bernd Leno will wear number 19 for the club in 2018/19, after a bit of a wait for his new number.
A month and a half after the 2017/18 season came to an end, 18 Arsenal players return to training this week.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is back to talk about Jack's goodbye, hello to Bernd Leno (and maybe Lucas Torreira), and hello again to another Lucas. He also talks freebies, Albanian Eagles and a VAR-tastic World Cup.
David Ospina insists he's focusing on the World Cup, despite growing speculation surrounding his future as a result of Arsenal signing Bernd Leno.
With Arsenal signing Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen, and no clear answer whether Petr Cech or David Ospina will leave, let's look at whether the 36-year-old should be the man to make way this summer.
Arsenal fans didn’t quite know what to do with themselves on Tuesday evening as it was announced that Jens Lehmann and Jack Wilshere will leave the club while Bernd Leno has become Unai Emery’s newest addition to the club and Steve Bould would be staying.
Arsenal are edging closer to announcing their second, third and fourth major signings of the transfer window in the coming weeks, according to various reports.
Bernd Leno turned down Napoli and Atletico Madrid to join Arsenal, according to reports in Germany, with the club expected to announce his signature imminently.
Fans will be delighted to hear that Arsenal have offered Aaron Ramsey a new deal.
Arsenal are expected to announce the signing of Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, Bernd Leno today [Tuesday] according to a report in Sport Bild.
Bernd Leno's release clause with Bayer Leverkusen expired two weeks ago, at the end of May, but the Bundesliga club won't ask for more, according to reports in Germany.
Arsenal are still in talks with Bayer Leverkusen over the transfer of Bernd Leno which would see the Gunners have to shell out at least £20m for the shotstopper.
Arsenal have reportedly made an offer of €20m for Bayer Leverkusen’s goalkeeper, Bernd Leno, with the Germans holding out for €22m.
Arsenal already have two defensive signings already on the way in Sokratis and Stephan Lichtsteiner. With an Aaron Ramsey extension looking more and more likely, and the club being sorted in attack, a goalkeeper seems the most important signing.
Bernd Leno wants to move to Napoli, to join up with Carlo Ancelotti, and isn't interested in a move to Arsenal, according to reports in Italy.
Bernd Leno is Arsenal's priority summer target to fill the goalkeeping position, according to journalist Kike Marin.
Bernd Leno will decide whether or not to leave Bayer Leverkusen this summer in the next few days, according to reports in Germany, with Arsenal and Liverpool interested in his signature.
As the transfer window opens and the conveyor belt of new signings starts to pick up the pace, let's look at five Arsenal could make to excite fans this summer.
Bernd Leno is looking more and more likely to leave Bayer Leverkusen for Arsenal, after his current club announced the signing of a new goalkeeper this week.
Bernd Leno wants to join Arsenal to replace Petr Cech, according to reports, as rumours grow that he could be the club's priority goalkeeping target.
Arsenal have reportedly started talks with Bayer Leverkusen over the transfer of highly-rated keeper, Bernd Leno.
Bernd Leno has turned down a move to Napoli this summer, as Arsenal remain in talks for the German goalkeeper, according to reports in the country.
Arsenal need to find a new goalkeeper for the number one position this summer, so who are the options to replace Petr Čech?
Bernd Leno wants to activate a 'get-out' clause in his contract to allow him to leave Bayer Leverkusen this summer, according to reports in Germany.
Sven Mislintat has identified eight players for Arsenal to consider signing this summer, ahead of what promises to be a busy window for the club's recruitment staff.
Arsenal can reportedly buy Bernd Leno for just €25m providing they seal the deal before the end of April.
It’s starting to look more and more like Arsenal will need to find a new goalkeeper for the number one position this summer, so who are the options to replace Petr Cech?
Sven Mislintat has reportedly convinced Arsene Wenger that Bayer Leverkusen keeper, Bernd Leno, is the best option to replace Petr Cech this summer.
Napoli have reportedly dropped out of the race to sign Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno, which gives Arsenal a better chance of signing him.
Arsenal have shown an interest in Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who has a release clause of €25m, according to reports in Germany.
It's starting to look more and more like Arsenal will need to find a new goalkeeper for the number one position this summer, so who are the options to replace him?
Arsenal could be lining up Bayer Leverkusen keeper Bernd Leno as a replacement for the outgoing David Ospina.
Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno admitted he could leave the BayArena this summer should a top European club make an official approach for his services.