Lukas Fabianksi’s days at Arsenal appear to be numbered after the goalkeeper rejected the club’s offer of a new three year contract, according to the Telegraph.
The 28 year old has been at the Emirates Stadium since signing from Legia Warsaw in 2007 but has averaged less than eleven games a season in all competitions with Arsene Wenger’s side.
However, despite his limited game time in general, Fabianski has been an ever present in his sides run to the FA Cup semi-finals, and looks set to continue in goal when the Gunners take on Wigan Athletic at Wembley next month.
He began life in North London as understudy to Manuel Almunia, while in recent seasons he has been used as back-up to fellow Poland international Wojciech Szczesny.
La Liga duo Sevilla and Villareal have been linked with a move for the shot-stopper, as have a host of other teams around Europe including FC Basel and Schalke while he is also likely to have offers to remain in England from a number of top flight clubs.