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Arsenal star to demand exit if he misses out on Champions League clash vs Bayern Munich

David Ospina could be about to head through the Arsenal exit door after a number of European clubs have registered an interest in taking him on loan, the Daily Express reports.

The Colombian international was at fault for one of Olympiacos’ goals during the recent Champions League encounter between the two sides after he dropped the ball over the line when he misjudged the flight of a corner.

Ospina was also in the side when Arsenal lost to Dinamo Zagreb earlier in the tournament, both times at the expense of summer signing Petr Cech.

Cech is expected to start next week’s meeting with Bayern Munich, in a game they desperately need to win in order to keep their hopes of making it through the group stage alive.

Wenger is believed to have agreed to give Ospina more first team football over the summer in a bid to convince him to stay following Cech’s arrival (via Daily Mail).

However, it is now being claimed that Ospina will ask to leave should he be left out of the squad to take on the Bundesliga champions.

The Mail claims that European clubs Besiktas, Getafe, Genoa and Palermo are all interested in the player.

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