Arsenal have reportedly expressed an interest in signing Gianluigi Donnarumma from AC Milan with manager Unai Emery said to be unconvinced over the abilities of Bernd Leno.
The north London outfit will be without back-up goalkeeper Petr Cech next season with the veteran due to step down from the game and it had been anticipated that Emiliano Martinez could take up the deputy role.
However, according to Tuttomercatoweb, it appears that Leno’s number one role is far from assured and the club are indeed looking for an improvement with Donnarumma on their radar.
The same report suggests that the Rossoneri could be tempted to sanction the keeper’s sale amid their struggles to comply with the Financial Fair Play, but they would still demand a huge fee this summer.
Leno was one of the shining stars for the Gunners during the backend of the Premier League season but the club nonetheless conceded 51 goals over the course of the campaign.