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Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina is prepared to leave the Emirates at the end of the current campaign due to lack of playing time.
The goalkeeper is yet to feature for the Gunners in a league game this season and he is finding it difficult to displace Petr Cech who joined the club from Chelsea last summer.
The goalkeeper is reportedly fedup with his situation at the Emirates and according to the Standard, he is prepared to quit the club this summer with more than a quarter of dozen of clubs looking to acquire his services.
The goalkeeper believes he is in the prime of his career and should be playing regular football.
Getafe, Besiktas, Genoa and Parlemo are reportedly interested in the Colombian international and the goalkeeper will likely get regular football in any of those clubs.
Ospina was interested in leaving the club in the last winter transfer window but Arsene Wenger was reluctant to let the 27 year old leave the club as there was no opportunity to sign a replacement.
The goalkeeper was an important member of the Gunners first team last term after he displaced Szczeny from the Gunners first xi and went on to make 35 saves in 18 league appearances.
Ospina joined Arsenal from Nice in 2014 after a scintillating performance in the 2014 world cup.