Bernd Leno 'excited and proud' to join Arsenal

Arsenal star Jack Wilshere

New boss Unai Emery has worked quickly to rectify the problems at the back, having already recruited full-back Stephan Lichsteiner from Juventus.

Arsenal have paid tribute to Jack Wilshere following confirmation of the England midfielder's Emirates exit.

Given this, I feel I have no option but to pursue other opportunities in order to progress my career on the pitch.

"I would like to place on record my respect for Mr Emery and my appreciation for his honesty and candour and I wish him, the team and the club all the very best for the future".

The 26-year-old German, who has been at Leverkusen since 2011, is yet to have a medical with the Premier League club.

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Big decisions are coming at Arsenal after the signing of goalkeeper Bernd Leno was confirmed yesterday.

The six-times capped Germany global was in the preliminary squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation but eventually dropped by coach Joachim Loew.

He is said to have penned a five-year deal to be a long-term replacement for 36-year-old Petr Cech, who has only a year left on his current contract at the Emirates.

According to the same story, Leno shares similarities with Bayern Munich and Germany number one Manuel Neuer and Lehamnn is thought to have been sounded out about signing the Leverkusen shot stopper.

Arsenal will look to improve on their sixth-placed finish in Arsene Wenger's last season at the helm and start the new campaign at home to champions Manchester City in August.

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