Arsenal allow goalkeeper Leno to move to Fulham – (Tweet)

London: Arsenal Football Club has agreed to transfer German goalkeeper Bernd Leno to Fulham, which could revive the goalkeeper’s hopes of participating in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. And the value of the transfer contract for German goalkeeper Leno, 30, was reported to amount to eight million pounds. Leno lost his spot as first team goalkeeper at Arsenal to Aaron Ramsdale last season. Leno moved to Fulham, back in Premier League, in the continuation of the process of strengthening the ranks of the team coached by the coach Marco Silva before the start of the new season at the beginning of next week. Fulham will start their new season against Liverpool next Saturday at Craven Cottage. Leno did not participate with the German national team in the European Nations League matches at the end of last season, but he did play nine games for the national team. Leno’s chances of participating for the national team were heavily influenced by the brilliance of Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and his retention of his position as the team’s main goalkeeper. Leno signed a three-year contract with Fulham and told the site web of the club: “It’s great to finally be here. I’m looking forward to joining the team, taking part in his training and playing with him.” He added: “I feel relieved that everything is resolved. Glad to be here. It took some time, but we fixed it, and that’s the most important thing. “Happy and happy to finally join @FulhamFC. I’m really looking forward to it join training today and am looking for forward to play at Craven Cottage 😍💪🏽 ⚫️⚪️ / pzBCkrntTd – Bernd Leno (@Bernd_Leno) August 3, 2022 Former German goalkeeper Bayer Leverkusen said he had an “incredible four years” with Arsenal. Leno played 49 games for Arsenal’s first team during the 2020/21 season and participated in a total of 125 games during his career with Arsenal, but his participation in just eight games last season was a ‘indication that his career with the team was over. Lino’s last participation with the German national team dates back to match ended last September with a 2-0 victory over Liechtenstein, the first match for the German team led by coach Hansi Flick. (Dpa) ❤️ – Arsenal (@Arsenal) 2 August 2022