BREAKING: London club complete paperwork to bring new signing to Premier League

Finally now, the paperwork has been completed and their new signing is on the way to London to start new challenge in the prestigious, English Premier League.

Arteta tutored side, Arsenal football club will most definitely be aiming towards securing a top four finish on the Premier League table by the end of the 2021/2022 season.

The North London club have struggled for the major part of the season and have been knocked out of the Carabao Cup and the English FA Cup as a result of their struggles.

Coupled with that, Arsenal are also out of the race for the Premier League title as they are currently occupying the 6th position on the league table ahead of their next league match against Wolves on Thursday evening.

But now, Arsenal could be boosted with reports that necessary paperworks have now been completed to bring new goalkeeper Matt Turner to the Premier League.

The 27-year-old USA International, who has been with New England Revolution since 2016 has been an important member of the first-team squad over the previous seasons.

The experienced shot-stopper was heavily involved for New England Revolution during the 2020/2021 season where he made 29 appearances in all competitions.

His excellent performances between the sticks is believed to have impressed the Arsenal board and they completed a move for him during the January transfer window.And now according to reports fromĀ Daily Mail, Arsenal have now finally completed the paperworks to fly him to England in order to register him for the Premier League.

It is believed that Matt Turner was signed to replace the wantaway back up goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who is expected leave Arsenal in the summer due to lack of regular playing time.

That said, Matt Turner is now expected to join Arsenal and battle the likes of Aaron Ramsdale and Arthur Okonkwo for a starting spot in-between the sticks.

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