Arsenal’s French goalkeeper Pauline Peyraud-Magnin is apparently on Bordeaux’s radar as the 28-year-old looks to be coming to the end of her time with Arsenal.
Bordeaux are managed by former Arsenal boss, Pedro Martinez Losa, however Peyraud-Magnin signed for the Gunners after Losa was sacked by the club.
Peyraud-Magnin is out of contract with Arsenal this summer after only arriving for an undisclosed fee in the summer of 2018. As of yet, she hasn’t signed a new deal with Arsenal but there are reports that at least three clubs have made her ‘significant offers.’ One of which looks to be Bordeaux.
Joe Montemurro has changed his goalkeeper every summer since he arrived at the club in 2017 as Losa’s replacement. In his first window he signed Peyraud-Magnin to replace Anna Moorhouse to give Sari van Veenendaal more competition.
Last summer, van Veenendaal was allowed to leave for free and was eagerly snapped up by Atletico Madrid after a splendid World Cup that saw her pick up the Golden Glove. Montemurro then brought in Manuela Zinsberger along with youngster Fran Stenson.