Turkish side Fenerbahce are eager to revive their deal to sign Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina this summer.

According to Turkish news outlet Sabah, club executives have flown out to London to negotiate a deal for the 28-year-old Colombian. They have Malaga’s Carlos Kameni as an alternative if talks do break down.

Ospina has reportedly revealed he wants to remain at Arsenal ahead of the new campaign, though it’s unlikely he’d turn down the possibility of regular playing time elsewhere, especially with Wojciech Szczesny returning to the club.

He made just two Premier League appearances for the Gunners last season, featuring more heavily in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and Champions League. Despite being second-choice to Petr Cech, Ospina won the FA Cup for his troubles, in what could be his last game for the club.

Arsenal’s asking price is believed to be £3.5m for the South American shot-stopper, but they could negotiate further with Ligue 1 side FC Nantes pulling out of a deal last week. They would go on to admit the move was financially unfeasible for their current budget.