With Lukasz Fabianski set to leave the club in the summer, Arsene Wenger says he’s still open to a change of heart from the Polish keeper.
Out of contract in June, Fabianski turned down a new deal from the club, primarily because he wants to play on a regular basis which, at his age, is perfectly understandable.
But knowing how hard it is to get reliable back up, the Arsenal boss says he’d be happy for the Pole to stay, especially in light of his match-winning performance against the FA Cup against Liverpool last weekend.
“Of course it is a possibility that it is his last campaign with us,” he said, “because he wants to play somewhere but if he changes his mind, my door is open.”
It’s not gonna happen though, as Fabianski recently said, “I want to be number one in the club and in the Polish national team. I have learned a lot at London during very positive and challenging periods.
“With biggest respect to this great club, I didn’t accept the extension offer as I am looking forward to a new challenge in England or abroad.”