Arsenal keeper David Ospina is on back on Fenerbahce’s radar as the Turkish league giants continue efforts to sign a new shot stopper for next season a source close to the club told Turkish-Football.
Ospina has been a long term target of Fenerbahce who were also interested in the Colombian international over the summer.
Fenerbahce are planning to replace Volkan Demirel over the summer and have been keeping close tabs on Ospina.
Arsene Wenger managed to convince Ospina to stay over the summer with the promise of Champions League football.
Ospina featured in all the Champions League games the Gunners have played this season conceded 16 times in eight games, keeping just two clean sheets.
The 28-year-old keeper has conceded 17 goals in 11 games across all competitions but has yet to play a Premier League game this season.
The Times claim that Ospina is unhappy with his position at the club as a cup specialist and that he wants to leave at the end of the season.
Ospina’s contract does run until 2019 but Wenger – if he is in charge of course – could face a tough task convincing his second choice keeper to stay.
Fenerbahce would be able to guarantee Ospina first team football and he would continue a long tradition of Colombian goalkeeper in Turkey.
Faryd Mondragon and Oscar Cordoba became club legends at Galatasaray and Besiktas, respectively after spending years in the Turkish league.
The Yellow Canaries are currently 4th in the Turkish league, 10 points behind league leaders and reigning champions Besiktas.