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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere said on Tuesday that he was leaving the Premier League club after 17 years, while the north London side earlier announced that Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno was moving to north London.
Premier League: Jack Wilshere leaves Arsenal after 17 years; Bernd Leno joins club from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere said on Tuesday that he was leaving the Premier League club after 17 years, while the north London side earlier announced that Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno was moving to north London.
Destaque no Bayer Leverkusen, o arqueiro Leno é mais uma contratação da era Unai Emery
Oficial: Arsenal contrata novo goleiro
Destaque no Bayer Leverkusen, o arqueiro Leno é mais uma contratação da era Unai Emery
Destaque no Bayer Leverkusen, o arqueiro Leno é mais uma contratação da era Unai Emery
Oficial: Arsenal contrata novo goleiro
Destaque no Bayer Leverkusen, o arqueiro Leno é mais uma contratação da era Unai Emery
C'est une page d'Arsenal qui va se tourner à la fin du mois. Le milieu anglais Jack Wilshere, dont le contrat se termine le 30 juin, quittera les Gunners. Il était pourtant prêt à réduire son salaire. Dans l'autre sens, le gardien allemand Bernd Leno a signé ce mardi en provenance du Bayer Leverkusen.
Arsenal: Leno arrive, Wilshere annonce son départ
C'est une page d'Arsenal qui va se tourner à la fin du mois. Le milieu anglais Jack Wilshere, dont le contrat se termine le 30 juin, quittera les Gunners. Il était pourtant prêt à réduire son salaire. Dans l'autre sens, le gardien allemand Bernd Leno a signé ce mardi en provenance du Bayer Leverkusen.
C'est une page d'Arsenal qui va se tourner à la fin du mois. Le milieu anglais Jack Wilshere, dont le contrat se termine le 30 juin, quittera les Gunners. Il était pourtant prêt à réduire son salaire. Dans l'autre sens, le gardien allemand Bernd Leno a signé ce mardi en provenance du Bayer Leverkusen.
Arsenal: Leno arrive, Wilshere annonce son départ
C'est une page d'Arsenal qui va se tourner à la fin du mois. Le milieu anglais Jack Wilshere, dont le contrat se termine le 30 juin, quittera les Gunners. Il était pourtant prêt à réduire son salaire. Dans l'autre sens, le gardien allemand Bernd Leno a signé ce mardi en provenance du Bayer Leverkusen.
Jack Wilshere has revealed that he felt forced to perform a U-turn over his future and end his 17-year association with Arsenal following talks with new head coach Unai Emery. In a statement released on Instagram, Wilshere confirmed that he had previously agreed to stay beyond the expiry of his contract this summer but that he now felt “little choice” but to leave following a meeting with Emery. Wilshere will be available on a free transfer but, with options likely in Italy and interest from Wolves, Everton and West Ham, he is yet to decide where he will try to re-establish himself among the best midfielders in the country. "Throughout these discussions (it) has always been my intention to remain an Arsenal player," Wilshere said. "Following my meeting with the new manager I was made aware that although the reduced contract offer remained, it was made clear to me that my playing time would be significantly reduced.” Thanks for the memories �� A post shared by Jack Wilshere (@jackwilshere) on Jun 19, 2018 at 1:16pm PDT Wilshere was left out of Gareth Southgate's England World Cup squad and, although he made 38 appearances last season for Arsenal, the planned arrival of Sampdoria’s Lucas Torreira as well as new contracts for Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Granit Xhaka and Mohamed Elneny already looked ominous for chances. Arsenal are also still in negotiations over a new contract for Aaron Ramsey. Emery has already signed ­Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno, which also placed doubts over the futures of both Petr Cech and David Ospina. Arsenal’s “Invincible” goalkeeper Jens Lehmann yesterday himself delivered a parting shot at the club after becoming one of 10 backroom staff to leave in the cull that has followed the exit of Arsene Wenger. Unai Emery: what style can Arsenal expect from their new manager? Lehmann had been working as first-team coach under Wenger but, with Emery granted five new appointments to join his staff, the 48-year-old former Germany goalkeeper is among those to make way. Steve Bould, however, will continue in Emery’s team, with a new title of assistant head coach. Lehmann was quick to react on Twitter. “I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again,” said Lehmann. “But the attitude from our 2004 group is not needed there any more.”
Jack Wilshere confirms Arsenal departure and will leave on a free
Jack Wilshere has revealed that he felt forced to perform a U-turn over his future and end his 17-year association with Arsenal following talks with new head coach Unai Emery. In a statement released on Instagram, Wilshere confirmed that he had previously agreed to stay beyond the expiry of his contract this summer but that he now felt “little choice” but to leave following a meeting with Emery. Wilshere will be available on a free transfer but, with options likely in Italy and interest from Wolves, Everton and West Ham, he is yet to decide where he will try to re-establish himself among the best midfielders in the country. "Throughout these discussions (it) has always been my intention to remain an Arsenal player," Wilshere said. "Following my meeting with the new manager I was made aware that although the reduced contract offer remained, it was made clear to me that my playing time would be significantly reduced.” Thanks for the memories �� A post shared by Jack Wilshere (@jackwilshere) on Jun 19, 2018 at 1:16pm PDT Wilshere was left out of Gareth Southgate's England World Cup squad and, although he made 38 appearances last season for Arsenal, the planned arrival of Sampdoria’s Lucas Torreira as well as new contracts for Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Granit Xhaka and Mohamed Elneny already looked ominous for chances. Arsenal are also still in negotiations over a new contract for Aaron Ramsey. Emery has already signed ­Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno, which also placed doubts over the futures of both Petr Cech and David Ospina. Arsenal’s “Invincible” goalkeeper Jens Lehmann yesterday himself delivered a parting shot at the club after becoming one of 10 backroom staff to leave in the cull that has followed the exit of Arsene Wenger. Unai Emery: what style can Arsenal expect from their new manager? Lehmann had been working as first-team coach under Wenger but, with Emery granted five new appointments to join his staff, the 48-year-old former Germany goalkeeper is among those to make way. Steve Bould, however, will continue in Emery’s team, with a new title of assistant head coach. Lehmann was quick to react on Twitter. “I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again,” said Lehmann. “But the attitude from our 2004 group is not needed there any more.”
The longtime Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, 26, has six caps for Germany but is not on the World Cup roster.
Arsenal seals transfer of German goalkeeper Leno
The longtime Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, 26, has six caps for Germany but is not on the World Cup roster.
The longtime Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, 26, has six caps for Germany but is not on the World Cup roster.
Arsenal seals transfer of German goalkeeper Leno
The longtime Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, 26, has six caps for Germany but is not on the World Cup roster.
The Germany international will be turning out in the Premier League next season after linking up with Unai Emery's side at Emirates Stadium
Leno completes €22m Arsenal move from Leverkusen as Gunners bolster goalkeeping ranks
The Germany international will be turning out in the Premier League next season after linking up with Unai Emery's side at Emirates Stadium
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal transfer news: Club announce signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal’s ‘Invincible’ goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has delivered a parting shot at the club after becoming one of 10 backroom staff to be axed in the cull that has followed the departure of Arsene Wenger. Lehmann had been working as first-team coach under Wenger but, with new head coach Unai Emery granted five new appointments to join his staff, the 48-year-old former Germany goalkeeper is among those to make way. Steve Bould, however, will continue in Emery's team with a new title of assistant head coach. Lehmann was quick to react on Twitter. “Dear Arsenal Fans,” he wrote Lehmann. “I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant coaches. But the attitude from our 2004 group is not needed there anymore.” Although change was expected after Wenger stood down following 22 years as manager, the extent of the overhaul has surprised even club staff. As well as Lehmann, first team coaches Neil Banfield, Tony Colbert, Gerry Peyton and Boro Primorac have all departed. Major changes in the medical staff have also meant losing Colin Lewin as head of medical services, physiotherapists Andy Rolls and Ben Ashworth and osteopath Dr Philippe Boixel. Travel manager Paul Johnson has also left the club. Dear #Arsenal Fans , I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant-coaches. But the attitude from our 2004-group is not needed there anymore.— Jens Lehmann (@jenslehmann) June 19, 2018 With Arsenal moving to a ‘head coach’ model, there had been a desire for the entourage around the new appointment to not be excessive but Emery has still been allowed five staff. Juan Carlos Carcedo and Pablo Villanueva will work alongside Bould as first team coaches while strength and conditioning coach Julen Masach, goalkeeping coach Javi Garcia and analyst Victor Manas have also join the staff. As well as Bould, Arsenal have kept on Sal Bibbo as a goalkeeping coach as well as Darren Burgess as director of high performance. Freddie Ljungberg, himself a member of the ‘Invincible’ team that went unbeaten through the 2003-4 season, has joined as the Under-23 coach. A group of Arsenal players are also still waiting to discover their likely first-team future under Emery following the new manager’s immediate burst of transfer activity. Steve Bould will continue in the role he served under Arsene Wenger Credit: getty images Emery has already added two experienced and established defenders in right-back Stephan Lichsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos while a deal for for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bern Leno was completed on Tuesday, and Uruguay holding midfielder Lucas Torreira is expected to follow soon. Although Arsenal are keen to keep Hector Bellerin and Emery hopes he can learn from working with Lichsteiner, the arrivals of Sokratis, Leno and Torreria will place questions marks over a series of players. The need for a new centre-back was certainly been intensified by Laurent Koscielny’s achilles tendon injury - and much will also depend on whether Emery wants to play three at back - but players like Calum Chambers and Rob Holding will be wanting to play more football next season. Similarly, the likes Mohamed Elneny, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere will surely want to know how Torreira’s arrival is likely to impact on their opportunities, especially as Granit Xhaka has just signed a new contract. With Leno having been a regular for Leverkusen and on the fringe of the Germany squad, Petr Cech or David Ospina will surely also now be sold. With many players on holiday or at the World Cup, it is understood that no detailed conversations have been held with either existing goalkeeper about their futures. Both Cech and Ospina are out of contract next summer.
Jens Lehmann questions Arsenal's decision to axe him as Steve Bould is kept on as assistant
Arsenal’s ‘Invincible’ goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has delivered a parting shot at the club after becoming one of 10 backroom staff to be axed in the cull that has followed the departure of Arsene Wenger. Lehmann had been working as first-team coach under Wenger but, with new head coach Unai Emery granted five new appointments to join his staff, the 48-year-old former Germany goalkeeper is among those to make way. Steve Bould, however, will continue in Emery's team with a new title of assistant head coach. Lehmann was quick to react on Twitter. “Dear Arsenal Fans,” he wrote Lehmann. “I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant coaches. But the attitude from our 2004 group is not needed there anymore.” Although change was expected after Wenger stood down following 22 years as manager, the extent of the overhaul has surprised even club staff. As well as Lehmann, first team coaches Neil Banfield, Tony Colbert, Gerry Peyton and Boro Primorac have all departed. Major changes in the medical staff have also meant losing Colin Lewin as head of medical services, physiotherapists Andy Rolls and Ben Ashworth and osteopath Dr Philippe Boixel. Travel manager Paul Johnson has also left the club. Dear #Arsenal Fans , I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant-coaches. But the attitude from our 2004-group is not needed there anymore.— Jens Lehmann (@jenslehmann) June 19, 2018 With Arsenal moving to a ‘head coach’ model, there had been a desire for the entourage around the new appointment to not be excessive but Emery has still been allowed five staff. Juan Carlos Carcedo and Pablo Villanueva will work alongside Bould as first team coaches while strength and conditioning coach Julen Masach, goalkeeping coach Javi Garcia and analyst Victor Manas have also join the staff. As well as Bould, Arsenal have kept on Sal Bibbo as a goalkeeping coach as well as Darren Burgess as director of high performance. Freddie Ljungberg, himself a member of the ‘Invincible’ team that went unbeaten through the 2003-4 season, has joined as the Under-23 coach. A group of Arsenal players are also still waiting to discover their likely first-team future under Emery following the new manager’s immediate burst of transfer activity. Steve Bould will continue in the role he served under Arsene Wenger Credit: getty images Emery has already added two experienced and established defenders in right-back Stephan Lichsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos while a deal for for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bern Leno was completed on Tuesday, and Uruguay holding midfielder Lucas Torreira is expected to follow soon. Although Arsenal are keen to keep Hector Bellerin and Emery hopes he can learn from working with Lichsteiner, the arrivals of Sokratis, Leno and Torreria will place questions marks over a series of players. The need for a new centre-back was certainly been intensified by Laurent Koscielny’s achilles tendon injury - and much will also depend on whether Emery wants to play three at back - but players like Calum Chambers and Rob Holding will be wanting to play more football next season. Similarly, the likes Mohamed Elneny, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere will surely want to know how Torreira’s arrival is likely to impact on their opportunities, especially as Granit Xhaka has just signed a new contract. With Leno having been a regular for Leverkusen and on the fringe of the Germany squad, Petr Cech or David Ospina will surely also now be sold. With many players on holiday or at the World Cup, it is understood that no detailed conversations have been held with either existing goalkeeper about their futures. Both Cech and Ospina are out of contract next summer.
Arsenal’s ‘Invincible’ goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has delivered a parting shot at the club after becoming one of 10 backroom staff to be axed in the cull that has followed the departure of Arsene Wenger. Lehmann had been working as first-team coach under Wenger but, with new head coach Unai Emery granted five new appointments to join his staff, the 48-year-old former Germany goalkeeper is among those to make way. Steve Bould, however, will continue in Emery's team with a new title of assistant head coach. Lehmann was quick to react on Twitter. “Dear Arsenal Fans,” he wrote Lehmann. “I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant coaches. But the attitude from our 2004 group is not needed there anymore.” Although change was expected after Wenger stood down following 22 years as manager, the extent of the overhaul has surprised even club staff. As well as Lehmann, first team coaches Neil Banfield, Tony Colbert, Gerry Peyton and Boro Primorac have all departed. Major changes in the medical staff have also meant losing Colin Lewin as head of medical services, physiotherapists Andy Rolls and Ben Ashworth and osteopath Dr Philippe Boixel. Travel manager Paul Johnson has also left the club. Dear #Arsenal Fans , I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant-coaches. But the attitude from our 2004-group is not needed there anymore.— Jens Lehmann (@jenslehmann) June 19, 2018 With Arsenal moving to a ‘head coach’ model, there had been a desire for the entourage around the new appointment to not be excessive but Emery has still been allowed five staff. Juan Carlos Carcedo and Pablo Villanueva will work alongside Bould as first team coaches while strength and conditioning coach Julen Masach, goalkeeping coach Javi Garcia and analyst Victor Manas have also join the staff. As well as Bould, Arsenal have kept on Sal Bibbo as a goalkeeping coach as well as Darren Burgess as director of high performance. Freddie Ljungberg, himself a member of the ‘Invincible’ team that went unbeaten through the 2003-4 season, has joined as the Under-23 coach. A group of Arsenal players are also still waiting to discover their likely first-team future under Emery following the new manager’s immediate burst of transfer activity. Steve Bould will continue in the role he served under Arsene Wenger Credit: getty images Emery has already added two experienced and established defenders in right-back Stephan Lichsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos while a deal for for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bern Leno was completed on Tuesday, and Uruguay holding midfielder Lucas Torreira is expected to follow soon. Although Arsenal are keen to keep Hector Bellerin and Emery hopes he can learn from working with Lichsteiner, the arrivals of Sokratis, Leno and Torreria will place questions marks over a series of players. The need for a new centre-back was certainly been intensified by Laurent Koscielny’s achilles tendon injury - and much will also depend on whether Emery wants to play three at back - but players like Calum Chambers and Rob Holding will be wanting to play more football next season. Similarly, the likes Mohamed Elneny, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere will surely want to know how Torreira’s arrival is likely to impact on their opportunities, especially as Granit Xhaka has just signed a new contract. With Leno having been a regular for Leverkusen and on the fringe of the Germany squad, Petr Cech or David Ospina will surely also now be sold. With many players on holiday or at the World Cup, it is understood that no detailed conversations have been held with either existing goalkeeper about their futures. Both Cech and Ospina are out of contract next summer.
Jens Lehmann questions Arsenal's decision to axe him as Steve Bould is kept on as assistant
Arsenal’s ‘Invincible’ goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has delivered a parting shot at the club after becoming one of 10 backroom staff to be axed in the cull that has followed the departure of Arsene Wenger. Lehmann had been working as first-team coach under Wenger but, with new head coach Unai Emery granted five new appointments to join his staff, the 48-year-old former Germany goalkeeper is among those to make way. Steve Bould, however, will continue in Emery's team with a new title of assistant head coach. Lehmann was quick to react on Twitter. “Dear Arsenal Fans,” he wrote Lehmann. “I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant coaches. But the attitude from our 2004 group is not needed there anymore.” Although change was expected after Wenger stood down following 22 years as manager, the extent of the overhaul has surprised even club staff. As well as Lehmann, first team coaches Neil Banfield, Tony Colbert, Gerry Peyton and Boro Primorac have all departed. Major changes in the medical staff have also meant losing Colin Lewin as head of medical services, physiotherapists Andy Rolls and Ben Ashworth and osteopath Dr Philippe Boixel. Travel manager Paul Johnson has also left the club. Dear #Arsenal Fans , I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. It was a good experience working with the players as one of the assistant-coaches. But the attitude from our 2004-group is not needed there anymore.— Jens Lehmann (@jenslehmann) June 19, 2018 With Arsenal moving to a ‘head coach’ model, there had been a desire for the entourage around the new appointment to not be excessive but Emery has still been allowed five staff. Juan Carlos Carcedo and Pablo Villanueva will work alongside Bould as first team coaches while strength and conditioning coach Julen Masach, goalkeeping coach Javi Garcia and analyst Victor Manas have also join the staff. As well as Bould, Arsenal have kept on Sal Bibbo as a goalkeeping coach as well as Darren Burgess as director of high performance. Freddie Ljungberg, himself a member of the ‘Invincible’ team that went unbeaten through the 2003-4 season, has joined as the Under-23 coach. A group of Arsenal players are also still waiting to discover their likely first-team future under Emery following the new manager’s immediate burst of transfer activity. Steve Bould will continue in the role he served under Arsene Wenger Credit: getty images Emery has already added two experienced and established defenders in right-back Stephan Lichsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos while a deal for for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bern Leno was completed on Tuesday, and Uruguay holding midfielder Lucas Torreira is expected to follow soon. Although Arsenal are keen to keep Hector Bellerin and Emery hopes he can learn from working with Lichsteiner, the arrivals of Sokratis, Leno and Torreria will place questions marks over a series of players. The need for a new centre-back was certainly been intensified by Laurent Koscielny’s achilles tendon injury - and much will also depend on whether Emery wants to play three at back - but players like Calum Chambers and Rob Holding will be wanting to play more football next season. Similarly, the likes Mohamed Elneny, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere will surely want to know how Torreira’s arrival is likely to impact on their opportunities, especially as Granit Xhaka has just signed a new contract. With Leno having been a regular for Leverkusen and on the fringe of the Germany squad, Petr Cech or David Ospina will surely also now be sold. With many players on holiday or at the World Cup, it is understood that no detailed conversations have been held with either existing goalkeeper about their futures. Both Cech and Ospina are out of contract next summer.
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal have signed goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen, the Premier League club announced on Tuesday evening. Leno, 26, moves to the Gunners as new head coach Unai Emery continues his rebuilding plans. "After a fantastic seven years, I will now continue my career in another, very exciting league," Leno said on the Leverkusen website. A statement on the Leverkusen website said Leno had "signed a long-term contract with the London club", adding Arsenal had "accepted the Leverkusen transfer conditions". Leverkusen sporting director Jonas Boldt said: "We brought Bernd in 2011 as a very young keeper and immediately gave him great responsibility. He has given us back this confidence in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League. He's a keeper ��#HeyLenopic.twitter.com/iGDIhOt5Ah— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) 19 June 2018 "Bernd has consistently performed well for our club over the years and has become a national player here. A great goalkeeper - we wish him all the best for the coming years at Arsenal." Leno looks set to compete with veteran Petr Cech and David Ospina, who is at the World Cup with Colombia, for the Arsenal jersey. Arsenal soon confirmed the Leno deal, head coach Emery describing him as "a goalkeeper of high quality and experience". The Spaniard, who replaced long-serving manager Arsene Wenger earlier in the summer, said on the club's official website: "He has been a top performer and regular number one goalkeeper with Leverkusen in the Bundesliga for the past seven years. Torreira puff "We are all excited that Bernd has chosen Arsenal Football Club and look forward to start working with him in pre-season." Arsenal added that the German's shirt number "will be announced in due course". Arsenal are pressing ahead with their summer business at pace, having already secured deals for experienced defenders Stephan Lichtsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos. The club are also close to agreeing terms with Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira, who is currently at the World Cup with Uruguay.
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal have signed goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen, the Premier League club announced on Tuesday evening. Leno, 26, moves to the Gunners as new head coach Unai Emery continues his rebuilding plans. "After a fantastic seven years, I will now continue my career in another, very exciting league," Leno said on the Leverkusen website. A statement on the Leverkusen website said Leno had "signed a long-term contract with the London club", adding Arsenal had "accepted the Leverkusen transfer conditions". Leverkusen sporting director Jonas Boldt said: "We brought Bernd in 2011 as a very young keeper and immediately gave him great responsibility. He has given us back this confidence in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League. He's a keeper ��#HeyLenopic.twitter.com/iGDIhOt5Ah— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) 19 June 2018 "Bernd has consistently performed well for our club over the years and has become a national player here. A great goalkeeper - we wish him all the best for the coming years at Arsenal." Leno looks set to compete with veteran Petr Cech and David Ospina, who is at the World Cup with Colombia, for the Arsenal jersey. Arsenal soon confirmed the Leno deal, head coach Emery describing him as "a goalkeeper of high quality and experience". The Spaniard, who replaced long-serving manager Arsene Wenger earlier in the summer, said on the club's official website: "He has been a top performer and regular number one goalkeeper with Leverkusen in the Bundesliga for the past seven years. Torreira puff "We are all excited that Bernd has chosen Arsenal Football Club and look forward to start working with him in pre-season." Arsenal added that the German's shirt number "will be announced in due course". Arsenal are pressing ahead with their summer business at pace, having already secured deals for experienced defenders Stephan Lichtsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos. The club are also close to agreeing terms with Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira, who is currently at the World Cup with Uruguay.
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Ex-Bayer Leverkusen provavelmente será o titular do gol londrino (Divulgação/Arsenal)
Arsenal anuncia oficialmente a contratação de Bernd Leno
Ex-Bayer Leverkusen provavelmente será o titular do gol londrino (Divulgação/Arsenal)
Bernd Leno was left out of Germany’s squad for the 2018 World Cup.
Arsenal confirm deal to sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Bernd Leno was left out of Germany’s squad for the 2018 World Cup.
Arsenal confirm deal to sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal confirm deal to sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal confirm deal to sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal confirm deal to sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal confirm deal to sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Arsenal confirm deal to sign goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen
Germany international Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen has become Unai Emery's second signing for Arsenal.
Arsenal sign goalkeeper Leno from Leverkusen
Germany international Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen has become Unai Emery's second signing for Arsenal.
Le Bayer Leverkusen confirme ce mardi le transfert de son portier Bernd Leno à Arsenal.
Mercato, Leverkusen confirme le transfert de Bernd Leno à Arsenal
Le Bayer Leverkusen confirme ce mardi le transfert de son portier Bernd Leno à Arsenal.
Le Bayer Leverkusen confirme ce mardi le transfert de son portier Bernd Leno à Arsenal.
Mercato, Leverkusen confirme le transfert de Bernd Leno à Arsenal
Le Bayer Leverkusen confirme ce mardi le transfert de son portier Bernd Leno à Arsenal.

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