Arsenal’s season terminated on a positive note as they lifted the FA Cup by defeating Hull City and the Premier League club has a series of players which are rumors to be joining the team of Arsene Wenger while there are others that are on the verge of leaving the Emirates Stadium.
The substitute goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski informed the public that there is a possibility of him not wearing the Arsenal jersey in the next season as the Polish shot-stopper desires to join a club where he can get guaranteed playing time.
“That was probably my final game for Arsenal football club and I am really proud that my career here ends up with a trophy. After seven years here it is not easy for me to leave but my decision is made purely on playing regularly every week. That is main reason for me.
“The club has been fantastic with me and I really love Arsenal. It is a purely a sporting decision that I will go. In the next few weeks I will know more. There has been interest from some other clubs and we will find out soon what I do next. But I want to play every week and there are clubs that can give me the chance. One option is to stay in England, but there are also international opportunities. One thing is certain: I will not be unemployed.” Fabianski announced.
While Fabianski is seeking his way out of Arsenal, there is a player who is being heavily linked with the Premier League club as Wenger is believed to be interested in signing the Spanish midfielder from Barcelona but this seems to be like a difficult mission for the French manager to accomplish considering that Fabregas is a consistent performer for Barcelona.