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10/07/2015 - 15:15 BST

David Ospina Talks Up Everton But Signals Arsenal Stay Desire


Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina admits that there is a ‘great possibility’ at Everton but wants to continue with the Gunners.

Ospina was in sublime form for Colombia during the recently concluded Copa America and also dethroned Wojciech Szczesny to become the Arsenal number one last season.

However, the arrival of Petr Cech at the Emirates from Chelsea has changed the equation at the club and the Czech is widely tipped to be the first choice between the sticks for the Gunners next term.

His move had led to speculation surrounding the Colombian’s future with the Gunners and there are rumours the Everton are keen to take advantage of the situation to sign Ospina this summer.


The goalkeeper heaped praise on Everton and admits that the club have the ability to progress under Roberto Martinez in the future.

The goalkeeper was quoted as saying by AS Colombia: "They are a very competitive team, which showed significant things during last season.

"With a good manager and they play good football; it is a team to take into account and a great possibility."

The Colombian admitted that he has a few offers on his table for a transfer but indicated that he is happy to continue at Arsenal for the time being.

“There are some possibilities, but my mind is at Arsenal. I want to go there.

“I and my family are very happy in London so I hope to respect the contract, which has four years left on it.”