Lukasz Fabianski looks set for summer Arsenal exit despite Bayern Munich performance
Polish keeper coming to the end of his contract at the Emirates
Wednesday 12 March 2014
Arsenal's Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski looks set for a summer exit from the club despite his impressive performance in last night's Champions League clash.
The 28-year-old was in good form for the Gunners against Bayern Munich, not only saving Thomas Muller's penalty but also recovering to push the rebound away from danger.
Fabianski is expected to play in Arsenal's FA Cup semi-final and could end his career at the club with a further Wembley appearance in May, provided his side reach the final.
However the Pole remains cool on his future with the club:
"I don't think I have to prove anything," he said.
"Like I have said many times, I am just enjoying the games and trying to help the team in every situation they expect me to help.
"With the penalties, it is either you get it or not, and I was lucky so I am pleased with that."
Arsenal number one Wojciech Szczesny was suspended from last night's match at the Allianz Arena.
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