Arsenal are edging closer to signing Bayer Leverkusen’s Bernd Leno.A £19.2million deal is in the pipeline for a player who helped his side finish fifth in the Bundesliga last season.The 26-year-old has been with the club since leaving Stuttgart in 2011 and shortly after joining became the only the third goalkeeper in the league’s history to keep three clean sheets in his first three top flight games.Last season, in a 2-0 defeat to Schalke, Leno made this incredible save to deny Breel Embolo a goal when the forward tried to chip him in the last 10 minutes of the game.It was voted save of the season last term by fans on the Bundesliga’s YouTube channel and it’s not hard to see why.Gooners, though, will be hoping this type of thing is a one-off if he does join the club.He idolised Real Madrid and Spain legend Iker Casillas when he was growing up. “He’s calm and no-nonsense, I’m the same,” he said in an interview on bundesliga.com. “I don’t have to make a show of myself to stand out.”He puts his body on the line, too, as you can see in this video.In 2011, Bayer Leverkusen head coach Robin Dutt said Leno was in the same league as Petr Cech and now it remains to be seen whether the German replaces Cech or David Ospina at Arsenal.
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