Poland's goalkeeper Lukasz
Fabianski wants to leave Arsenal after months of watching his
compatriot Wojciech Szczesny from the bench, a Polish daily
quoted the 27-year-old as saying.
"I hope that my adventure with Arsenal has come to an end,"
Fabianski told Friday's Gazeta Wyborcza. "I intend to leave and
play in a strong league. I wanted to leave in the winter, too,
but [Arsenal manager] Arsene Wenger did not give a green light."
Fabianski, who has 20 caps, was named the Polish league's
top keeper in 2006 and 2007 during his time with Legia Warsaw.
He joined Premier League Arsenal five years ago but has not
been able to secure his position due to injuries and some
Poland coach Franciszek Smuda has called him up to the
provisional 26-man squad for 2012 European Championships,
co-hosted by Poland and Ukraine starting next
month, but he is expected to play second fiddle
to Szczesny again.
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