The answers to the Emirates goalkeeping conundrum?
Arsenal are apparently readying a move for Ajax and Holland keeper Maarten Stekelenburg according to Dutch reports. The giant goalie has had a good World Cup and Arsene Wenger apparently sees the 27 year old as an ideal replacement for error prone Spaniard Manuel Almunia.
The Haarlem born 6ft 5in custodian has been at the Amsterdam club since the age of 15 and has been the number one choice for the past five years but may feel that now is the right time to leave after an unprecedented six seasons without an Eredivisie title.
Boss Martin Jol will try his hardest to prevent Stekelenburg but he may find it hard to prevent him from having his head turned by such interest and also knows that Manchester United are also said to be interested in his services.
The £10m rated stopper would be a wise addition for the north London side who are looking to strengthen their squad ahead of a new season that Arsene Wenger hopes will bring an end to their five year silverware drought.