Speculation over the future of David Ospina is like a summer tradition at this point. He’s usually linked to clubs in Turkey, although last year or the year before there were suggestions he might go to Everton.
This year is no different, and as talk of move to Fenerbahce dies down in the wake of Arsenal scuppering the deal by asking for a fee that’s in some way reflective of his talent, a new suitor has emerged.
France Football say that Nantes are interested in bringing the 28 year old keeper back to Ligue 1.
Ospina joined the Gunners from Nice in the summer of 2014 for a fee of around £4m, and the French outfit are preparing a bid reportedly in the region of €4m.
It would give the Colombian international the regular first team football he clearly wants at this point of his career, so it’s definitely one that makes sense – even if the fee is still a little light.
We’ll give this one a 4 (please note: plumbing issues mean reader poos are not being counted – we are working hard to clear the backlog).