Emiliano Martinez talks up Arsenal exit?
Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez has said that he will consider a fresh challenge away from the club, suppose he is not assured regular game time next season.
The Argentine was solely utilised in the Cup games for the Gunners last season until Bernd Leno suffered a knee injury against Brighton & Hove Albion on the road.
Martinez thereafter caught the eye with a number of top-class performances in the Premier League and he ended the campaign with a stellar save percentage of 80.
With Bernd Leno returning to full fitness, he is likely to retain the number one role next season, but Martinez has warned the Gunners that he won't settle for a deputy role.
Speaking to Marca, Martinez said that as many as 10 clubs are looking to land his services and he will decide on his future after holding talks with the club, he told: "I want to stay at Arsenal, but if I play more minutes.
"I am in the sights of ten teams in Europe. But I can't say who those clubs are, because it's nothing concrete. I still do not have a clear situation with Arsenal, when I have it when I return I will make the best decision for my career."