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Arsenal is on the hunt for a new goalkeeper to step into Aaron Ramsdale’s shoes, and they may have found their ideal replacement.

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Reports suggest that Feyenoord’s Justin Bijlow has caught Arsenal’s eye as they seek to fill the void left by Ramsdale’s imminent departure from the club.

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According to The Mirror, the 26-year-old Dutch international features prominently on Arsenal’s shortlist, with a decision on whether to pursue a deal expected in the coming days.

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Ramsdale’s anticipated exit stems from his desire for regular first-team action, having played second fiddle to the impressive David Raya. With Raya firmly entrenched as Arsenal’s top choice, Bijlow could offer stiff competition for the starting role or provide solid backup support.

Bijlow has earned plaudits at Feyenoord for his adept shot-stopping skills and authoritative presence in goal. He played a pivotal role in Feyenoord’s Eredivisie title victory last season, establishing himself as one of the league’s standout goalkeepers.

Arsenal’s interest in Bijlow underscores their commitment to bolstering their goalkeeping ranks. Known for their savvy recruitment, the Gunners are expected to conduct a thorough assessment of Bijlow’s suitability before finalizing any deal.

If a move materializes, Bijlow would join a talented Arsenal squad aiming to make waves in both the Premier League and Champions League next season. His addition would enhance the team’s goalkeeping options, providing manager Mikel Arteta with increased depth and competition within the squad.

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