Arsenal have invited David Seaman back to the club to work with the academy goalkeepers, according to a report.
The Daily Star report that Arsenal have invited their former goalkeeper David Seaman to work with their academy keepers.
Seaman has already been back to his old club earlier this season, after being invited by Per Mertesacker in a move reportedly initiated by summer signing Aaron Ramsdale.
The goalkeeper spent a few days with the club on that occasion, and the Daily Star claim that after spending some time with Ramsdale, Arsenal now want him to do some more work with the junior goalkeepers.
Arsenal have certainly been keen to involve former players in their day-to-day operations where possible.
They obviously the club have Mikel Arteta in the manager role, Edu working as a technical director, and Per Mertesacker in charge of the academy.
It’s not just former players receiving invites to return, with Mikel Arteta and Edu making public their desire for former manager Arsene Wenger to make an Arsenal comeback in some capacity.
But with Wenger working for FIFA, that might take some doing. Seaman’s return is a much more realistic prospect, and if his last visit went well, why not another?