With David Ospina’s move to Fenerbahce reportedly breaking down, the goalkeeper has been linked with MLS club, LA Galaxy.

Ospina has been linked with a move to LA Galaxy by Don Balon after his move to Fenerbahce reportedly fell through.

The 28-year-old’s £3m move to Fenerbahce reportedly broke down after Arsenal increased their asking price.

The Turkish club apparently weren’t willing to meet the fee the Gunners were demanding, despite negotiations having allegedly been in the advanced stages, and have now turned their attention to Malaga’s Carlos Kameni.

Ospina previously expressed an interest in moving to the MLS, which might now be his only option if he wants to become number one.

“MLS has improved a lot with all these signings,” the Colombia international said in July 2016.

“They are going to make this league grow more and look more inviting for all of us.”

When asked if he would move to the MLS, Ospina said, “Why not? The league is growing and this is a great country.”

Ospina has made his desire to Arsenal leave this summer in search of consistent playing time very clear and while Wojiech Szczesny unfortunately looks as if he could be leaving Arsenal soon, Dave still isn’t good enough to be number two.

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