after staying eliminated in the FA Cup, at the hands of Nottingham Forest, and far from the outposts in the premier league, at Arsenal They are looking to strengthen their goal and for this they have set their sights on nothing less than the Major League Soccer (MLS).
Currently, the team led by the Spanish Mikel Arteta, and who is in sixth place in English football with 35 points, has three goalkeepers in his ranks, like the German Bernd Leno, the current incumbent, plus the young Aaron Ramsdale and Arthur Okonkwo, both from his academy.
For the same reason, and in search of more international experience in goal, Arsenal has approached the MLS, and more specifically the New England Revolution, last champion of the trophy Supporters’ Shield, to go in search of a selected U.S.
Arsenal is looking for its new MLS goalkeeper
We talk about Matt Turner, 27, chosen in the 2016 Draft by the Massachusetts franchise, and who has five seasons on the team, which currently has a market value of $3 million dollars, a similar figure offered by the Gunners, as revealed Taylor Twellman, of the chain ESPN.
As if that were not enough, to increase the rumours, the NE Revolution goalkeeper started following Arsenal on his Instagram account, a sign in current times that an agreement will be made official very soon and another American will be added to the Premier League.