Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez will not be going to the World Cup next summer thanks to an eventful final day in qualification.
The group stages of the qualifying campaign came to an end in South America in the early hours of this morning, and Chile found themselves dumped out in excruciating circumstances. .......Read the full article here
David Ospina has revealed that he is staying at Arsenal, with the intention of challenging Petr Cech for a first-team role.
The Colombian international had been strongly linked with the exit door this summer, with Turkey touted as a possible destination, but he now looks destined to stay put and fight for his place. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal are strongly linked with the sales of both Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina this summer, but who should replace them?
The Gunners played out last season with Petr Cech as our main goalkeeper, and with the Colombian used as backup, as well as in the Champions League and a majority of cup competitions. We also had Emiliano Martinez in the squad as the third option. .......Read the full article here
The current campaign is nearly over, and with questions having been raised over Petr Cech’s retained ability this season, we thought we’d delve into who else could play between the sticks for next term. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal’s David Ospina has told the club that he wants to leave, and the board have told him he can go.
The Colombian shot-stopper has found himself playing as Petr Cech’s back-up over the past two seasons, and is fed up at his lack of action. .......Read the full article here
David Ospina is open to joining Fenerbahce this summer, but what would that mean for Arsenal’s other goalkeepers?
The Colombian shot-stopper has been linked with the exit door since the arrival of Petr Cech back in the summer of 2015, and after two years of playing as back-up to the former Chelsea star, is believed to be eager to leave in search of regular football. .......Read the full article here
Emilio Martinez is expected to start tonight’s match at home to West Ham, with Arsenal’s first choices both out injured.
Petr Cech limped off the field against West Bromwich Albion last month, and is yet to return to action, but should only be a couple weeks from a return. David Ospina played as recently as the weekend’s 2-2 draw with Manchester City, but looked to be struggling with a back injury through-out the match, and looks to be unavailable tonight. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will stick with David Ospina in goal for tomorrow’s crucial Champions League trip to Germany to take on Bayern Munich.
The Colombian has spent the season as back-up to Number One Petr Cech, but had an agreement in place with the French boss that he would play in each of the European outings, and so far he has. .......Read the full article here