Australia Football World Cup: Maty Ryan facing a major Arsenal decision following reported interest
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Australia Football World Cup: Maty Ryan facing a major Arsenal
decision following reported interest
Socceroos goalkeeper Matty Ryan is reportedly facing a permanent move to Arsenal following his loan
spell from Brighton. The Australian goalkeeper made his second appearance for the Gunners against
Fulham at the weekend and played his part in helping the club to a 1-1 draw. Based on his performance,
Football Insider claims Arsenal is in advanced talks to buy Ryan outright, with a deal close to completion.
After Brighton boss Graham Potter allowed his contract at the Seagulls to expire after a year, Ryan's price
has fallen well below his £10 million (A$18 million) valuation in January.
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While the footballer hasn't had many chances to impress on the pitch, his work ethic in training has won
over Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. I picked him because he deserves to play, he trains like an animal, he
has the right attitude and he needs a game. It was a great header and Arteta had this to say about Ryan
after the game against Fulham. Although the Gunners might be keen to keep Ryan, is it the correct place
for the Socceroo to stay long term?
Since joining the club, the Australian has been the second choice behind Bernd Leno, but that could be
about to change as the German goalkeeper recently revealed that he would be open to a new adventure
away from the Emirates Stadium. Should Leno decide to move on, Ryan could benefit as his two
appearances for the club so far have convinced fans that he is ready to be their number one. For now,
however, the footballer is still seen as a backup option, which is not ideal for a 29-year-old player who has
a lot to offer on the pitch.
Green and gold icon Mark Schwarzer has already voiced his concerns about Ryan re