Buying Aaron Ramsdale in the summer, Arsenal made it clear they no longer trusted Bernd Leno.
The German goalkeeper has been supplanted by the Englishman, and there is a firm belief that he will leave sooner rather than later, leaving a gap in the squad.
One man who was linked with a move to the Emirates, even during the summer, was André Onana, who is now allowed to play once more following his suspension.
The Cameroon international is free to talk to other clubs from January onwards, and there was a belief that Arsenal had come forward with an offer.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, that is indeed what happened, but it appears the shot stopper has chosen to go to Inter instead.
The newspaper claim the Serie A side have ‘already found’ an agreement with the 25-year-old, who has ‘just said no to Arsenal too’, and the official announcement will be in February.
Our guess is that Onana sees a brighter future at Inter, at least in terms of game time, seeing as Samir Handanovic is no longer young and could retire in the coming seasons, where Aaron Ramsdale is only 23 years of age and going nowhere any time soon.