In the Champions League second-leg match against Porto, Arsenal’s fate hung in the balance until the penalty shootout, where goalkeeper David Raya emerged as one of the standout performers by saving two out of four penalty kicks.

Now, the London-based club is keen to secure the permanent transfer of goalkeeper David Raya, who has been on loan from Brentford. Arsenal’s satisfaction with Raya’s performances has prompted them to pursue a full-time deal, with reports from renowned insider Fabrizio Romano indicating their willingness to pay £27 million to Brentford for the Spanish shot-stopper, as stipulated in the clause.

For Raya himself, the prospect of a permanent move to Arsenal represents a significant milestone in his career. Having proven himself on loan, the opportunity to establish himself as the club’s first-choice goalkeeper and compete at the highest level of European competition is undoubtedly appealing.

Last updated on 13 Mar 2024 - 18:04

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