Last Updated: Sun, 13 Jul 2014 04:04
Arsene Wenger is set to turn his attentions to Norwich's John Ruddy as he looks to draft in a new goalkeeper.
Wenger needs cover for current number one Wojciech Szczesny and has been linked with a whole host of keepers since the departure of Lucasz Fabianski to Swansea.
However he has yet to land his man and reports now claim the Frenchman could turn to Ruddy, who has Premier League experience and at £7million will not break the bank.
Cardiff's David Marshall is thought to be his number one target but the £15million price tag is preventing him from taking it any further and Ruddy is now top of his list.
Norwich are keen to keep hold but following relegation to the Championship they will cash in if their valuation is met.
Costa Rica World Cup hero Keylor Navas, who plays in Spain with Levante, has also been linked but Wenger faces strong competition, while Colombian David Ospina of Nice is also a target.
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