Swansea City moved closer to relegation to the Championship following their 1-0 defeat against fellow strugglers Southampton at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday night, and Arsenal fans want their club to re-sign former goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.
The 33-year-old made a number of fine saves throughout the match for the Swans – particularly from Saints striker Charlie Austin – but he couldn’t prevent Manolo Gabbiadini poking home in the second half.
The Poland international has been a solid performer for the Welsh outfit and has clearly improved following some dodgy performances between the sticks for the Gunners, and his displays obviously haven’t gone unnoticed by the Emirates Stadium faithful, who 78% of on Twitter want Petr Cech to be sold this summer.
Arsenal supporters were quick to have their say on Fabianski’s most recent showing via social media, and while one said “I’d take him back and make him #1”, another said “re-sign Fabianski immediately when Swansea’s relegation is confirmed”.
Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…
Arsenal should sign Fabianski this summer for cheap. I’d take him back and make him #1
— Jay (@jasonparadise) May 8, 2018
Maybe Arsenal can bring back Fabianski if not Szczesny?
— Hiroshi the Punographic 📝 (@mr_afolayan) May 8, 2018
Łukasz Fabiański has become a very stable keeper since leaving Arsenal. Massively improved & hardly makes any mistakes now
— мємz ℹ (@Durchiga) May 8, 2018
I'd take Fabianski back. Man is talented. Left us. Learnt goalkeeping with a proper coach and is now a solid keeper.
— Mo_AFC (@Arsenal89_Mo) May 8, 2018
Bring Fabianski back #afc
— Stevo Veljkovic (@stevo_v) May 8, 2018
Re-sign Fabianski immediately when Swansea's relegation is confirmed. #afc
— Chris Farrell (@ChrisFarrell_22) May 8, 2018