Arsenal linked with World Cup star

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Despite Lukasz Fabianski keeping a clean sheet in the last three games for Arsenal, reports suggest that the club are still looking for a keeper to help solve the North London club's goalkeeper crisis.

This time Arsenal are being linked with Lazio's Fernando Muslera. This is not the first time the Gunners have been linked with the 24-year-old keeper, in March both the Gunners and Manchester United were rumoured to be interested in the keeper after he displayed impressive form at Lazio.

Muslera carried his club form on to the World Cup 2010, playing for Uruguay and helping them reach the semi-finals. They would ultimately finish fourth in South Africa.

Since the World Cup the young keeper has maintained his run of form in Seria A, helping his current club to the top of the table.

Muslera responded to reports of the Arsene Wenger's interest in him by telling Sky Sports "It is important that a Premier League club like Arsenal have been monitoring my progress and it motivates me to play even better,"

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