Date: 5th June 2018 at 7:09am
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New boss is eyeing significant changes to the side he inherited at the and a new goalkeeper is reportedly on the Spaniard’s agenda.

The have seen experienced stoppers and both struggle for consistency in recent seasons, which has reportedly led to Emery and head of recruitment searching the market for a new first-choice stopper.

According to Spanish outlet SportArsenal and their London rivals Chelsea are interested in signing Holland international Jasper Cillessen – who is willing to complete a if first-team assurances are offered.

29-year-old Cillessen has had to play back-up to Marc-Andre Ter Stegen during his time at the and wants further first-team action, although have stated he’s not for sale – meaning any side interested will have to match his mammoth €60m release-clause.

Chelsea could have that sort of money to spend if they fail to retain the services of Thibaut Courtois but it would be difficult to see Arsenal parting with that figure for a goalkeeper, having only recently started to flex their financial muscles.