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Arsenal sign goalkeeper Leno from Leverkusen

19 June 2018

Thanks for all of your hard work and dedication, Bernd!

Leno is considered as one of the best goalkeepers in the Bundesliga, and is expected to move to the Premier League in a £22m Deal. We wish you all the best in this next phase of your career!'

"Bernd is a goalkeeper of high quality and experience", Emery told the club's website.

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We were expecting an official announcement from Arsenal today but it seems that the Bundesliga side has beaten them to it.

A product of Stuttgart's youth system, Leno is among the more highly regarded goalkeepers in Europe after impressing at Leverkusen for the last seven seasons.

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History was made that same year as he became the youngest goalkeeper to feature in the Champions League at 19 years and 193 days - in a meeting with Chelsea.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, as cited in a report from Spanish media outlet AS, new Gunners boss Emery is a huge admirer of Banega and is desperate to add him to the midfield options at his disposal for next season. He will leave Bayer Leverkusen with 304 appearances to his name.

Germany worldwide Leno has six caps for his country, but isn't with them at the World Cup.

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