Arsenal are set for wholesale changes this summer following a disappointing campaign, which also saw Arsene Wenger depart after 22 years in charge of the club, and a number of exits are expected to occur in the transfer market.
Colombia international David Ospina could be one of those on the way out as Arsenal reportedly search for a new first-choice goalkeeper this summer and the 29-year-old is attracting interest from South American giants Boca Juniors.
The Argentine side are said to be keen on a move for the Gunners stopper, who is currently second-choice to Petr Cech at the Emirates Stadium, and Ospina himself revealed he would be interested in a move when speaking to Antena.
“There has always been talk about me joining Boca Juniors. People have spoken about this possibility ever since the time I was still in Colombia. I am enjoying life at Arsenal for the time being.”
“But Boca are one of the biggest clubs, not only in South America but in the world. And you always keep the door open to the possibility of joining a club like that.”