Arsenal new boss Unai Emery see the German shot stopper as the ideal addition to his squad following Cech's inconsistent performances late in the Premier League and uncertainty over David Ospina future with the club. The Gunners have needed a new goalkeeper for a number of years and they have signed one who has been highly rated in Germany for many years.
"My intention throughout these discussions has always been to remain an Arsenal player". I'll try to help the team to come back to the Champions League and to win some trophies.More news: Spieth, McIlroy among big names to miss US Open cut
In a brutally honest tweet after he was axed, Lehmann said: 'Dear Arsenal fans, I am sorry to leave the club after only one year again. I remember him at Stuttgart and then he played at Arsenal.
'For me, it's the same story now'.
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Hector Bellerin has been named as one of Unai Emery's five "untouchable" players at the Emirates, as the new Arsenal manager prepares to trim the deadwood from his squad.
Meanwhile, Emery's confirmed backroom staff alongside those previously mentioned are Darren Burgess; Strength and Conditioning Coach, Julen Masach; Goalkeeping Coach, Javi Garcia; Goalkeeping Coach, Sal Bibbo and Data/Video Analyst, Victor Manas.More news: Markets fall after Beijing accuses Washington of 'blackmail'
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