Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has rejected a new contract offer from the club and is set to seek out a move to another Premier League club this summer, according to the Standard.
The Polish goalkeeper is out of contract at the end of June and is thought to want to establish himself as number one at another Premier League club, despite interest in his services from France and Italy.
The 29-year-old has attracted interest from Swansea, Newcastle, Cardiff, West Ham and Leicester, with Queens Park Rangers also in the frame providing they successfully make it back to the Premier League following this weekend’s Championship playoff final with Derby.
Arsenal have offered several deals to Fabianski over the last few months, but despite their advances the Pole looks set to leave the club in search of regular first team action. He all but confirmed his desire to leave speaking after last Saturday’s FA Cup final, which he declared would probably be his last game for Arsenal.
Fabianski joined Arsenal from Legia Warsaw in the summer of 2007 for £2.1m, but has found it difficult to maintain a regular place in the team and has played understudy to national team mate Wojciech Szczesny in recent seasons.
Speaking recently, Fabianski said: “A little time will pass before the situation becomes clear. But I want to play every week and there are clubs that can give me the chance.
“One option is to stay in England but there are also international opportunities. One thing is certain: I will not be unemployed.”
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