Bernd Leno had been the first-choice goalkeeper for Arsenal since he arrived at the Emirates from Bayer Leverkusen in 2018.

The 30-year-old started the first three league matches of this season and the Gunners lost all three, conceding nine goals in the process. Since then, he has lost his place in the starting lineup to Aaron Ramsdale, who is now the preferred custodian for Mikel Arteta.

Lack of regular game time at the north London club has seen the Germany international linked with a move away from the Premier League side in the summer. His current deal runs down in 2023.

Earlier reports indicated the keeper’s former club could become an option for him in the next window.

Sky Deutschland journalist Florian Plettenberg took to Twitter to report Leno’s entourage have had ‘no contact’ with Leverkusen. He insists there have been ‘no talks so far’ over Leno’s potential transfer.

In addition to this, Plettenberg insists Arsenal leaders have not asked their player to leave the club after this season.

That, however, doesn’t mean Leno has no chances of making a move elsewhere since ‘there are several options for him in summer’. The journalist didn’t detail what those options are.