If Arsene Wenger agrees with the theory that Arsenal are still looking for a top class keeper like we had in David Seaman or Jens Lehmann, and I suspect that he does, it will still not be an easy task for him to find one in the summer transfer window.
A bit like top quality strikers, there are not enough to go around and all the big clubs want them, which makes it seem a bit unfair that Chelsea have two in Petr Cech and Thibaut Courtois. I would love to see the Czech international come to north London but I just do not trust Mourinho to let the deal happen.
So I think that we need to look elsewhere and it could be that the German Bundesliga has the answer. Not Manuel Neuer unfortunately but his international team mate Bernd Leno of Bayer Leverkusen. The 23-year old has plenty of top level experience, having been the youngest keeper ever to play in the Champions League.
So he´s very good but young enough to improve a lot but perhaps the best thing about him is that, according to Metro, there is a release clause in his contract of about £13 million, meaning that it would simply be a question of persuading him that Arsenal and the Premier League are better options for him.