Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has revealed he is 'open to everything' despite the lack of talks over a new deal at the Emirates.
Leno has two more years after this summer with Arsenal and ahead of the Slavia Praha clash, the goalkeeper was asked whether he has been offered a new deal. The Germany international signed for Arsenal in 2018 from Bayer Leverkusen for a reported fee of £22.5million and has been impressive since.
The 29-year-old says he is open to other options despite the north London side not offering him a new deal.
"Not yet and at the moment it's not the time to speak about the future. I know that I still have two years left on my contract and I'm also 29," he said on Wednesday.
"For a goalkeeper, that's not too old. I've still got some years to go. I'm very happy at the club. I don't know what will come in the future, but I'm open to everything."
"Maybe for a new adventure or to stay at Arsenal. Like I said, I don't think about my future because two years is a long time. At the moment there are no conversations with the club or anything else."
Arsenal take on Slavia Praha tonight in the return leg of the Europa League quarterfinals. The Gunners, who drew 1-1 will need to beat Praha or secure a high-scoring draw in order to advance to the semis.