Arsenal have renewed their interest in Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina after the Anfield outfit completed the signing of Simon Mignolet, reports the Evening Standard.
Reina has been linked with a move to the Emirates on numerous occasions over the past few seasons, but a move never came to fruition with Arsenal's reluctance to meet the asking price coinciding with the rise of Wojciech Szczesny.
Although the young Szczesny began out very promising, the last season saw him make too many mistakes, costing Arsenal valuable points.
Wenger seemed to have lost faith in him when he selected Lukasz Fabianski to play instead, which is a bold statement considering the problems he has had himself in goal.
With Liverpool signing Simon Mignolet, it's thought Pepe Reina's time at the club may be up, as Brendan Rodgers looks to assert himself on the Liverpool squad with numerous fresh faces.
The Evening Standard has reported that Reina will hold talks with Rodgers over his future once he returns from the Confederation Cup.
The move to the Gunners is also now more realistic due to their newly founded financial power, and restructuring of the wage bill - helped by the departure of highly paid players who failed to make an impression on the squad.
Therefore Reina's £110,000-per-week wages shouldn't prove a problem for Arsenal.
Although it might be unclear as to where Reina will begin next season, it seems that Arsenal are in the market for a goalkeeper. They have scouted a number of the best shot-stoppers in the world, and have been linked with moves for many of them; these include Victor Valdes, Asmir Begovic, Rene Adler and Julio Cesar.
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