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It would appear as if Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has now given up on both Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina as being the Gunners No.1 next season after realizing that top teams need to have a top goalkeeper if they are to win titles.

Ideally Wenger would like to sign Chelsea veteran Petr Cech for the job, but should the Blues refuse to sell Cech to a Premiership rival talkSPORT is claiming that the Gunners boss has a plan B in place and that Arsenal will try and sign Uruguayan international goalkeeper Fernando Muslera from Turkish giants Galatasaray.

According to Fanatik, Galatasaray knows that Muslera wants to leave Turkey this summer, yet they are determined to get their asking price of £15 million before they will let the 28-year-old move to another club.