Wenger has a large squad chock-a-block with players. Although many are supremely talented, they do lack experience. With this in mind, this source suggests that the club’s back-up keeper is off to France.
PSG are closing in on Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has close ties to PSG and is willing to allow the Poland international to move to the French giants on-loan.
Fabianski could join PSG in January as a replacement for No1 Mikael Landreau, a target for Sunderland. (tribalfootball.com)
The young Polish international has great potential, but is probably still a little rough around the edges. As far as second-string keepers are concerned, he leaves more than a few Arsenal fans a little uneasy. Mind you, anyone who saw his amazing double save against Wigan in the Carling Cup the other week can see just how good the 23-year-old can be, and a loan move to a club as big in stature as PSG would do a power of good.
Obviously, such a move would leave the Emirates side severely short of cover, so the club could do with picking up an oldie (like Poom in the past) to act as cover for Almunia. Do Gunners fans think that Fabianski could one day unseat the Spaniard who may or may not end up being capped by Capello?