Arsenal looking at Petr Cech replacement?
Arsenal are reportedly set to replace Petr Cech with Manchester City's Joe Hart at the end of the campaign. The 34-year-old has not been in the best of form since the turn of the year.
According to The Mail, the Gunners are considering the future of Cech following sub-standard displays against both Watford and Chelsea last week.
Ospina is currently the backup shot-stopper at the Emirates, but it is said that the Gunners will look for a new keeper who could provide added security between the sticks.
The Mail suggests that Hart - currently on a season-long loan at Torino, has emerged as a proper solution for the summer, and the club would be willing to spend a £15m sum for his services.
Hart failed to establish himself under Pep Guardiola at the start of the campaign, and he is said to favour a move to a rival English club which offers European football for next season.
Meanwhile, there are also suggestions that Cech could be dropped in favour of Ospina for the clash against Hull City over the weekend.