Keeper will be available on a free transfer on July 1.
Arsenal reserve goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski looks like having played his last ever match for the north London club, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
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The Poland was surprisingly selected in goal for Saturday’s FA Cup final ahead of his compatriot and the club’s No 1 Wojciech Szczesny, with head coach Arsene Wenger hoping that his decision would persuade the shot stopper to change his mind and remain at the Emirates next season.
However, that appears not to be the case, with the 29-year-old now set to leave the capital on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of June, with the likes of Schalke, Basel and both Southampton and Liverpool reportedly all interested in signing the player for next season.
“Probably that was my final game for Arsenal and I am really proud of that final game. We will see. In the next few weeks, I will know more,” said Fabianski after Arsenal’s dramatic 3-2 win over Hull City at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
“I think my decision is made on playing regularly. That’s the main case for me. This club has been fantastic, I love this club. It’s purely a sporting decision.
“I found out I was playing [in the final] on the day – none of the coaching staff had told me.
“I think I started at Norwich the previous week because it was important for the boss to see what sort of form I was in. I think I did well at Norwich and maybe that helped to make his decision.
“Plus, I’ve shown – especially in this FA Cup run – each time there was a need to step up, I did that, so I think I deserved to play in the final.”