PSV Eindhoven are interested in signing Bernd Leno from Arsenal this summer, joining newly-promoted Fulham in the race.
Kicker (via GGFN) report that PSV hold an interest in signing Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno this summer.
Leno is open to leaving the Gunners in search of minutes ahead of the World Cup later this year, and has previously been linked with a couple of Premier League clubs.
One of those was Newcastle United, but Newcastle have gone on to sign Nick Pope from relegated Burnley. It seems unlikely they move for another goalkeeper this summer.
The other interested party is Fulham, with fairly substantial links between Leno and the newly-promoted London club this summer.
The Evening Standard also then reported that Fulham are interested in a move for Leno. The goalkeeper held talks with Edu before the end of the season and they reportedly agreed he could leave.
Speaking to the media, Bernd Leno’s agent Joannis Koukoutrigas confirmed the reports but insisted nothing is decided.
“Yes, Fulham is trying hard to get Bernd,” Koukoutrigas confirmed. “Very professionally. This is also true for some other clubs and shows his status.
“But as I said, for me, he is the number 1 at Arsenal and we are therefore also relaxed.”
It sounds like PSV are one of these other clubs, but you’d imagine Leno would want to stay in London and avoid uprooting his family if possible.