The gunners have not hard a good season this season after a poor start to the 2017/18 campaign so the wouldn’t wish to lose any stars in the January transfer window.
The gunners will be going into the transfer window in January well knowing they want to get some players in the transfer window because they would wish to go into top four but that means they will need to also release some players if they would wish to sign more players.
There has been a report by MIRROR which says that David Ospina has received an offer from his former club Atletico Nacional who are said to be serious on resigning the Arsenal star, it is said that the Spanish club is very confident that the player will accept to join them because he has not been getting enough chances at the Emirates stadium so it is likely for the former Nice star to leave in the January transfer window.
The gunners signed David Ospina from Nice in 2014 on a fee believed to be around £3 million and the goalkeeper has never been the first choice goalkeeper ever since they signed him, the player expected that he was gonna be trusted Arsene Wenger in 2015 but the manager then opted to sign Petr Cech from Chelsea who is currently the first choice goalkeeper at the Emirates stadium. David Ospina has always made some terrible mistakes which makes Wenger not trust him in English Premier League matches but Atletico National will be basing on that fact to convince the player to join them.
David Ospina started his professional career with Atletico Nacional in 2005 and played a total of 97 matches so the Colombian must have a connection with his first club but Arsenal supporters will be hoping that he doesn’t leave midst season because they believe he will be the first choice goalkeeper next season because Petr Cech is getting old.
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