Unai Emery wasted no time adding goalkeeping reinforcements to his Arsenal revolution with the capture of German international Bernd Leno set to be completed subject to the completion of regulatory processes.
After a season in which Petr Cech failed to inspire confidence behind a shaky backline, the Spaniard charged with leading the Gunners back to glory in the post-Arsene Wenger era has been decisive in the transfer market.
The Leno deal begs the question: who of Cech and David Ospina should be charged with providing backup and potential competition for places and who should be allowed to depart?
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Having three experienced goalkeepers with international experience is surely far too many – one will surely depart – and we asked which one of 6ft 4in (1.96m) Cech or Ospina should be allowed to move to free up space and wages for Leno?
It was a close call – almost as close as it gets – but 52 per cent of Arsenal fans we asked said that they wanted Cech to be the man to depart, despite his superior experience, as you can see from the results below…