Arsenal target might have given a hint about his Arsenal move on international duty, where he has been heavily linked to in the past.
Arsenal have been linked with a transfer for Matt Turner, a goalkeeper from the United States.
The Gunners have agreed to a £7.4 million deal to sign the 27-year-old, according to ESPN.
According to the story, the New England Revolution stopper would arrive in North London this summer rather than in January.
Following the Arsenal rumors, Turner assisted his country to a victory over El Salvador on Friday.
After the game, the goalkeeper signed a Gunner shirt, and the player can he heard saying, “I don’t know what my number will be” in response to the supporter.
Arsenal target Turner’s move to the Emirates Stadium appears to have been finalized, albeit unofficially.
He faces a difficult assignment next season considering both Aaron Ramsdale and Bernd Leno are currently at Arsenal.
If Turner joins, it’s likely that Leno, who has been linked with a move to Newcastle United this month, will leave.
However, because the American star will not arrive until the summer, his German counterpart will have to continue to play second fiddle to Ramsdale.
Even if Turner arrives, he’ll almost definitely have to settle for second best because Ramsdale is a fantastic goalkeeper who appears set to keep the gloves at the Emirates for a long time.