Arsenal’s recent transfer activity have proven that rumours can do a swift turn in the space of just 24 hrs.

Today we have heard from reliable source and BBC Sport reporter, David Ornstein, that Germany and Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, Bernd Leno, is almost certainly an Arsenal player, and the Gunners will shortly announce the signing, probably in the space of a day or two.

This is a reverse of what was making the news in the weekend, with Leno reportedly a target of Roma, who are seeking a replacement for Real Madrid bound Brazil keeper, Alisson.

Ornstein, one of the few sources who is trusted amongst Arsenal fans, tweeted;

“Arsenal are in advanced talks to sign Germany goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen. Not done but set to be decided today and expected 26yr old will join AFC - unclear which current goalkeeper would make way. Torreira pursuit ongoing - optimism but not done and World Cup delays it.”

Leno made his full Germany debut in 2015, but his debut has coincided with the career of Manuel Neuer, which has stunted his national caps amount, which currently stands at 6, although he is a near ever present in Joachim Low’s squads.

The keeper has also made over 200 appearances for Leverkusen since joining in 2011. His expected arrival means that one from Ospina and Cech will most likely depart the club - with Cech rejoining former boss Carlo Ancelotti at Napoli an option. David Ospina has long been a rumoured departure, and with Matt Macey and Emi Martinez able backups - both of the experienced international keepers could well make way, which would bring in extra funds for new boss Unai Emery.

As mentioned, an announcement is expected from the club in the coming days. For this, Cech, Ospina, Torreira and other Arsenal news, keep them peeled to The Arsenal Review.