Fulham signal previous Gunners goalkeeper Leno

German global keeper Bernd Leno has finished his transfer to promoted Fulham from Arsenal following signing a 3-12 months deal.

The Cottagers, who have the possibility of a additional 12 months, have agreed a offer reportedly well worth up to PS8million ($A14m) for the 30-12 months-old, for whom the Gunners paid around PS20million ($A35m) when they signed him from Bayer Leverkusen in June 2018.

“It feels remarkable to last but not least be listed here. I cannot wait to be part of the workforce, to educate and play with the group,” Leno, who misplaced his put to Aaron Ramsdale very last year, told FFCtv.

“I’m relieved that anything is accomplished. I’m just pleased to be right here. It took a very little bit of time, but in the conclusion we made it and that’s the most important thing.”

Leno, who experienced 304 games for Leverkusen less than his belt by the time he arrived in north London, retained 37 cleanse sheets in his 125 appearances for Arsenal.

“Bernd Leno is the goalkeeper whom we have pursued steadfastly throughout this transfer window, and we’re extremely excited that we have achieved a transfer agreement and he’s now completely fully commited to Fulham,” Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan reported.

“He has played at the highest level, and he’ll provide this expertise and his leadership to our team. He’ll be a good addition to [head coach] Marco’s [Silva] squad, who are all fired up for the period in advance.”

Fulham open their Leading League marketing campaign at house to Liverpool on Saturday, the day immediately after Arsenal get the year underway at fellow Londoners Crystal Palace.

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