Anfield hero open to summer exit

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Pepe Reina says he is still unsure about his future with Liverpool.

The Spaniard has established himself as arguably the best goalkeeper in the Premier League since moving to Anfield five years ago and, hence, has no shortage of admirers outside of Liverpool.

Arsene Wenger has reportedly been keen to bring Reina to Arsenal as he searches for a more reliable alternative to Manuel Almunia and Lukasz Fabianski.

And Arsenal could potentially be handed the chance to make a move for the 28-year-old Liverpool stopper after he revealed he maintains a desire to progress his career in England - whether that is at Anfield or not.

"I signed a six-year deal seven months ago and I'm happy at the club, but every footballer wants to be competing for trophies and winning things," Reina allegedly told the Daily Mail.

"I will stay at Liverpool at least until the end of the season. I know there are rumours about me leaving but I want to make it clear that I have no intention of going back to Spain."

Losing Reina would be a huge blow to Roy Hodgson and the Liverpool supporters alike after the 'keeper has established himself as a huge Anfield favourite thanks to consistently stunning displays since he joined from Villarreal.

But Liverpool's loss would be Arsenal's gain as Wenger looks to turn the Gunners into Premier League champions once more.

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