Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has agreed personal terms with Fulham over his move to Craven Cottage.
Leno lost the position of first goalkeeper to Aaron Ramsdale last season, and with the arrival of Matt Turner at the Emirates from MLS, the German became only the third option.
Last season he made only four appearances in the Premier League, so the decision to leave the club was expected.
As reported by the German media, the next stop in the career of the experienced goalkeeper is Fulham, with whom he will sign a contract for three years, with the possibility of extending it for another year.
All that remains is for the clubs to agree on the compensation, and reportedly the “gunners” are demanding at least 10 million pounds.
Leno joined the London club in 2018 and made 101 appearances. Previously, he wore the jersey of Bayer Leverkusen for seven years.