Arsenal are reportedly set to make a move for Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy this summer in a deal worth £6 million, according to the Daily Mail.
Ruddy has been one of Norwich’s better players in the last few seasons, but his sides poor form saw them relegated from the Premier League this season. Ruddy lost his spot in the England team and he is now looking to move for pastures new this summer in a bid to get back into the national side.
Norwich have made Ruddy available this summer as they prepare for life in the Championship, however, they are only willing to part with their goalkeeper if an offer in the region of £6 million comes in.
Arsenal are eying up Ruddy as a possible replacement for back-up goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, who is set to leave the club this summer.
Norwich will be desperate to get as much money as they can for the services of John Ruddy as they look to reduce their wage bill with life in the Championship looming for the Canaries.
Arsenal have also been linked with Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall, who is valued at roughly £15 million, as the Welsh side prepare for life in the Championship as well.Published 29 May 2014, 02:15 IST