The tables are really turning for Premier League giants Arsenal, as they are reportedly preparing for a transfer in the Summer a replacement for their goalkeeper Petr Cech.
Arsenal are said to be interested in Atletico Madrid Jan Oblak and they could land the goalkeeper as the tables have turned for the Premier League team as they broke their record transfer just this winter transfer window.
But before that, the Gunners have seen the departure of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Francis Coquelin, Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez in the past transfer windows.
Which they got compensated with the club-record signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and the arrival of Henrikh Mkhitaryan in a swap deal that saw Sanchez move to Manchester United and made him the highest-earner in the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger also brought in new defender, Konstatintos Mavropanos from Pas Gianna, with whom Wenger was said to be very pleased with in training. It was the first time the Gunners took over the Transfer market and the first time their business transfer will finally pay them off in Europe, which will straighten the team and they finally look at a Premier League title.
The Gunners not playing with any they get, they will be preparing to table a bid to the Los Rojiblancos for a potential move for their goalkeeper Oblak, in hopes to extend their options in the Goal post.
The Gunners took a step forward, after Czech International made a huge mistake against Swansea in a Premier League match, which ended in a 3-1 defeat on Tuesday night – Cech later apologized for the mistake on Twitter.
The Gunners will be facing competitions for the 25-year-old goalkeeper as Big Spenders Paris Saint-Germain was reported to entered the race of signing the shot stopper.
The North London new Director of Football Raul Sanllehi is likely to make sure a deal go through as he has been known for big transfers like back when he was in Barcelona – When he brought Luiz Suarez and Ivan Rakitic to the Camp Nou.
Should the deal go through in the summer, Jan Oblak will quickly be made first-choice goalkeeper ahead of Cech, with second-choice goalkeeper, David Ospina reported to leave the English club in the Summer also.