Emirates boss lines up moves for Upton Park and Eastlands keepers.
Arsenal have earmarked two England international keepers as potential replacements for fumbling pair Manuel Almunia and Lukasz Fabianksi. The Emirates manager watched on as Polish international Fabianski produced an inept display at Ewood Park and left the Frenchman fuming and even more determined to sign a new custodian.
Manchester City keeper Joe Hart has repeatedly been linked with a move to the north London club and now Wenger has set his sights on West Ham man Robert Green as another alternative to his hapless goalies. A move for the Hammers man may seem a more likely capture given that Roberto Mancini is unlikely to want to sell to a team he is looking to rival next term.
Wenger is known to be an admirer of Green and a move for the former Ipswich Town man may be even more likely after Upton Park co-owner David Sullivan was quoted as saying that everyone at West Ham was available for the right price, except Scott Parker.
The fact that the pair of targets adhere to the soon to be adopted Premier League ‘homegrown’ regulations will only make such a move even more appealing to the Gunners boss.