Date: 14th June 2019 at 7:07am
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With Arsenal presumably after any additional funds they can get their hands on this summer, may be thinking they’re on the wrong end of a steal with this potential deal.

Reports suggest that on-loan goalkeeper David Ospina is on the verge of a permanent move to Napoli – with the club hoping to bypass a clause in his contract that would allow them to buy the Colombian for just £2m – instead of paying Arsenal £3.1m.

For a ‘keeper of Ospina’s status in today’s market, some fans see it as a disastrous deal from Arsenal’s point-of-view, with his market value of £3.6m currently belying his would-be fee.

And with The Gunners low on cash this summer and sure to be in need of a new No2 goalkeeper (with the departure of Petr Cech), the measly sum on offer for the 30-year-old has got supporters questioning the club’s ability to sell on for a reasonable price – especially in light of letting leave for free.

Judging by the comments below, there seems to be a lack of faith from fans towards the negotiators at Arsenal, as a critical for the club picks up pace: