Arsenal are prepared to cash in on goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez before the transfer window closes as he seeks to retain the No spot.
The 27-year-old was in a brilliant run of form during his time in-between the sticks when Bernd Leno picked up an injury during Project Restart in the Premiership against Brighton. He has made his desire clear to continue as No 1 at the club ahead of Leno or elsewhere. However, Mikel Arteta has made it clear that the German goalkeeper, Leno still remains his first choice. With the German now fit to resume duties at the club, Arsenal feel they have little choice but to allow Martinez find another club with Spain being the likely destination as he seeks to also earn the No spot for the Argentina national team.
Martinez’s representatives have been seeking to renegotiate Martinez’s contract worth £20,000 which was signed in 2016 but the contractual talk was delayed due to some factors including the Covid 19 pandemic.
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