ARSENAL could be without Bernd Leno for up to a year after his horror knee injury sustained at Brighton.
So who will they go for to fill the German's gloves?
Leno has arguably been the Gunners' player of the season and will instantly resume the position when he is fit, meaning there is little sense in splashing the cash.
And Emiliano Martinez, while a very decent goalkeeper, must be given some competition to ensure Arsenal are not left in the lurch next season.
For an ambitious club with perhaps not too much cash to spend, Joe Hart is certainly one option worth considering.
Here, SunSport details why the Burnley goalkeeper can be given a fresh chance to impress in Leno's absence.
Unless Arteta can magic up a Champions League finish in the next five weeks, Arsenal are not going to have much to spend in the summer window.
Coupled with the coronavirus pandemic, that means free agents are going to become extra valuable.
Splashing loads of money on a temporary keeper is not the answer – but the most recognisable names due to leave their clubs are Claudio Bravo, Michel Vorm and Scott Carson.
As he leaves Burnley, Hart is certainly the most talented shot-stopper entering the freebie market and also wouldn't cost a bomb.
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