Bernd Leno has honored the progress made by Arsenal in a few weeks after Unai Emery’s side produced their most complete performance of the season against Liverpool. Arsenal goalkeeper said 1-1 of Saturday draw was the result of the confidence that Emery has given the team during this 14-match untreated race. Leno also added that he is motivated by his competition with Petr Cech, saying that “no one is sure” as he seems to hold onto the target position.
Asked if the performance against Liverpool was the best display of team of the campaign, Leno said: “Fulham’s 5-1 win was very good, but Liverpool is a big team. We controlled the game. “I think we had more chances than them and yes, maybe you can say it was the best first half game this season. I think we saw that we can play our way against big teams. We played out of the back. We played the ball with passengers from behind and that’s the way we want to play.
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Arsenal second choice keeper David Ospina is set to exit the club following the arrival of Bernd Leno. Leno joined from German Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen for £19 million this summer. Leno is the expected long term keeper for the Premier League side as the Gunners gradually phase out 36-year old Petr Cech.
The Columbia international has been linked to several sides but the latest reports claim he is on the move to Turkey. Super Lig giants Besiktas are the most likely side to get his signature.
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