Ospina To Leave Arsenal Fenerbahce have agreed personal terms with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, according to reports in Turkey. The...
Fenerbahce have agreed personal terms with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, according to reports in Turkey.
The Colombian has had to play second fiddle to Petr Cech this season at the Emirates and has played just two Premier League games.
As a result, the 28-year-old is reportedly ready to leave north London in the hope he can secure more first-team football elsewhere.
And, according to Turkish media reports, Ospina has found his next destination after agreeing personal terms with Fenerbahce.
The goalkeeper is said to have given the green light to a four-year deal which would see him bank just over £40,000-a-week.
Fenerbahce must now agree a transfer fee with Arsenal and it is reported that the Turkish club only want to cough up around £3m for Ospina.
Navas Set To Join Italian Side
Jesus Navas's future beyond the summer remains up in the air.
His contract at Manchester City runs out at the end of the current campaign, and Sevilla have long been thought to be the favourites to snap him up. Just last week their president hinted that the winger could be one of the targets they are working on.
Italian media report that Roma are also interested, and the Serie A side are willing to offer a three-year contract to the 31-year-old to sweeten the deal.
Then again, Pep Guardiola may decided he can be City's right-back for next season given the player's performances in the last few games.
In Other News
Liverpool are set to make a £20m move for Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart. The 30-year-old has been on loan at Torino this season. (Sun)
Another City keeper, 34-year-old Claudio Bravo, is set to remain at Etihad Stadium, though manager Pep Guardiola is searching for a new number one. (Sun)
Arsenal have begun making plans for next season, and have made it clear Arsene Wenger will still be manager. Schalke defender Sead Kolasinac, 23, is a target for the Gunners - and is among those to have been told Wenger will remain in charge. (Daily Mirror)
Paris St-Germain are favourites to sign Gunners striker Alexis Sanchez, 28, and are also considering a move for midfielder Mesut Ozil, also 28. (Yahoo - in French)
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has refused to rule out a move for Chelsea captain John Terry, while Bournemouth are also interested in the 36-year-old.(Daily Mirror)
Swansea also want Terry, who worked with manager Paul Clement at Chelsea. However, any move would depend on the Swans staying in the Premier League.(Daily Star)
Terry would prefer to continue living in Surrey, making Bournemouth or Crystal Palace the former England international's most likely destinations.(Times - subscription required)
Chelsea have reached agreement with Real Madrid to sign striker Alvaro Morata, 24. (Diario Gol - in Spanish)
Midfielder Jack Wilshere, 25, on loan at Bournemouth from Arsenal, is likely to miss the rest of the season with a suspected fracture to his lower leg. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United are ready to offer midfielder Ander Herrera, 27, a new £120,000-a-week contract.(Daily Mail)
Galatasaray have dismissed reports winger Bruma, 22, has agreed to join Tottenham.(London Evening Standard)
Liverpool could sell defender Mamadou Sakho, 27, to Serie A side Roma in the summer.(Goal)
Inter Milan are prepared to offer a five-year deal worth £41.8m to either Chelsea manager Antonio Conte or Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone.(Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)
Everton have been linked with 27-year-old Palermo striker Ilija Nestorovski.(Estadio Deportivo - in Spanish)
Fenerbahce have agreed personal terms with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, 28.(Talksport)
Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin will hold talks with Liverpool in an attempt to keep on-loan midfielder Allan, 20, for another season.(ESPN)
Scotland striker Ross McCormack, 30, has not trained for three weeks at Nottingham Forest, where he is on loan from Aston Villa.(Daily Telegraph)