Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly keeping tabs on a possible replacement for goalkeeper Fabianski who is likely to leave Arsenal soon.
The Polish goalkeeper declared on many occasions that he’s frustrated to be the second string goalkeeper and that he doesn’t want the same thing to happen at the Polish national team at Euro where he’d also have to be second in command to Szczesny, so he’d rather move.
Wenger has eyed 24-year-old Ghanaian goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey who is currently playing at Stromsgodset where he’s been since 2007.
He debuted for the Ghanaian national team in 2011 and has gathered 5 appearances ever since proving to be in top form. After he heard about the possibility to transfer to the Premiership he declared:
“I am flattered by the Premier League interest in me,” he told skysports.com.
“It is my dream league and I want to play there one day and prove myself at the top level.
“The African Nations Cup? I am also looking forward to that.
“Hopefully we can make the people of Ghana very happy and win the cup, even if the Ivory Coast are big favourites.”
Wenger will probably keep tabs on the player but so will other Premiership clubs like QPR or Sunderland, so even though he would be behind Szczesny at Arsenal it doesn’t mean that there won’t be a fight for him.