ARSENAL has finally agreed on a loan agreement that will see David Ospina joining Besiktas, according to Turkey.
David Ospina seems to have come out of Arsenal
The Gunners were previously ready to leave the goalkeeper permanently. Besiktas club officials went to London in an attempt to broker a temporary move for the Colombian. The Super Lig group should have agreed personal conditions with Ospina. But they were forced to return to Turkey yesterday after failing in their search. Related Articles However, it now seems that the clubs have agreed to a temporary change, according to the respected Turkish journalist Firat Gunayer.Turkish-Football.com reports that Besiktas would offer Ospina a first-team role that The twenty-nine year old still has a two-year contract in Emirati but its opportunities are now even more limited. The boss of Arsenal Emery has paid £ 20m to bring Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen to £ 22.5m in the first summer.
Fırat Gunayer's tweet indicates that an agreement will happen to take Ospina to Besiktas
The Besiktas have pursued David Ospina but do not want a permanent agreement
The agreement effectively relegated Ospina to the third choice behind Petr Cech and Leno at the London club. He made 21 appearances with the Gunners last season, but only five of them arrived in the Premier League. The former Nice saved Jordan Henderson's penalty shoot-out against England, but Colombia was eliminated regardless. Arsenal faces Manchester City at the opening of the Premier League on Sunday (16.00). Related articles