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Arsenal interested in Barcelona goalkeeper Neto?

Arsenal interested in Barcelona goalkeeper Neto?
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Neto is reportedly on his way out of Barcelona, with Arsenal interested in snapping up the Brazilian goalkeeper.

Arsenal will attempt to sign Barcelona goalkeeper Neto ahead of next season, according to a report.

The 31-year-old has played second fiddle to Marc Andre-ter Stegen since joining Barca from Valencia in 2019.

With Ter Stegen ruled out of the Catalans' final game of the season against Eibar through injury, Neto will start for the seventh time in the league this season.

However, Mundo Deportivo claims that it is likely to be the one-cap Brazil international's final appearance for Barcelona.

Arsenal are said to remain interested in Neto, having previously missed out on a loan deal for the keeper in January.

The links with Neto come amid suggestions that Bernd Leno could be on his way out of the Emirates Stadium this summer.

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