FULHAM have reached an agreement with Arsenal to buy goalkeeper Bernd Leno, according to reports.

The deal is supposedly worth just £8million with Gunners boss Mikel Arteta giving the move the green light.


Sky Sports claim that the German stopper is now set for discussions over personal terms and is due to undergo a medical.

The 30-year-old had fallen out of favour at the Emirates Stadium after the signing of Aaron Ramsdale last summer.

Leno started the first three Premier League games that all ended in defeat and was consequently dropped playing just five more times for the club.

Overall, Leno was Arsenal's first choice for three seasons following a £22.5million switch from Bayer Leverkusen, he playing a total of 125 times for the North London side.

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The nine-time capped international has been on Fulham's radar for most of the summer with the club keen to bolster their squad following promotion back to the Premier League.

Marco Silva's side have already signed Andreas Pereira, Manor Soloman, Kevin Mbabu and Joao Paulinha this summer.

The news that the signing of Leno is reportedly close to being done will be music to the ears of Cottagers fans.

This is because there were concerns Leicester would swoop in and sign him amid rumours Kasper Schmeichel could leave the Foxes.

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Especially as Arsenal may have used their interest in Youri Tielemans to help get a deal over the line to sell Leno.

Arsenal will now be in the market for a new No.2 goalkeeper.

Fulham begin their Premier League season at home to Liverpool while Arsenal face Crystal Palace.

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