They won't all necessarily be sold, but - for various reasons - they wouldn't me missed much
None of this quintet are solely to blame for Arsenal's struggles but nor do they have a role in the future.
David Ospina hints that may have to leave Arsenal in the summer in an effort to get more playing time.
Arsene Wenger insists that he has "two world-class goalkeepers" at Arsenal. We have counted. We see none.
The Arsenal goalkeepers have been discussing their arrangement as Ospina prepares to play at Wembley.
The Arsenal boss will make a late call on Petr Cech but he has no problem if David Ospina has to play...
Clubs should "build relationships" in defence. Which means no rotation, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Nine Arsenal players have deals expiring in 2019, although Chuba Akpom might not expect a call.
Pedro will return home from Chelsea's pre-season tour after he suffered concussion
Despite already having to field a patched up defence, Arsene Wenger has decided to play David Ospina...
With Cech and Ospina missing in midweek, the Arsenal boss discussed whether either might return at Palace...
Wenger's efforts to keep both Petr Cech and David Ospina happy appear to have backfired...
The cup keepers get to dust off their gloves this weekend, but which stand-ins are most likely to shine?
We take a look at the papers in the wake of Arsenal's defeat and say 'what the f***?'
So he will play the keeper he always said he would play. And Mesut is 'highly focused'.
Arsenal need a fall guy, and it could be Cech. Ospina is unbeaten this season; does he deserve a chance?
Rio Ferdinand thinks Arsene Wenger is wrong to leave out Petr Cech in Europe.
Praise for Leicester, Barcelona's holy trinity and Pep Guardiola, less so for Celtic and Tottenham
Champions League winners and losers is back. Here's your early teaser. It's David Ospina...
David Ospina will remain Arsenal's Champions League goalkeeper after impressing Arsene Wenger in Paris.
Ahead of the Back-Up Keeper Cup fifth round, Ian Watson rates the five finest stand-ins. No Bogdan?
"Petr Cech was just an exceptional opportunity where it was difficult to say no," says the Arsenal boss.
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