Gunners stopper still keen to leave the Emirates.
Lukasz Fabianski has reiterated his desire to leave Arsenal this summer after rebuffing advances made by the club to convince him to stay, according to the Telegraph.
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The Polish stopper is keen to move on at the end of the season after playing second fiddle to Wojciech Szczesny and he is eager to make the most of his career and stake a serious claim for the number one spot for his country.
And his availability has now alerted a number of clubs from all across Europe following his excellent performance against Bayern Munich earlier this week that saw him save a penalty from Thomas Muller.
Fabianski is out of contract this summer, and following his confirmation of his desire to exit the club he has since turned down Arsene Wenger’s advances of a new deal worth in the region of £50,000 per week.
Spanish clubs Sevilla and Villarreal have now joined the chase for Fabianski, along with FC Basle, from Switzerland. German club Schalke hold a long-standing interest in the 28-year-old.
However, he will still have options to continue his career in the Premier League as Swansea and Cardiff are both interested, while Newcastle have him on a list of possible targets in the event of Tim Krul leaving, and Leicester and Derby are poised to make a swoop should they secure promotion.
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