Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno says he is happy with the club, insisting there are no players in the dressing room who wants to leave.
Reports from Germany indicated Leno is supposedly one of the first players who will leave Arsenal as part of a summer overhaul. However, the German goalkeeper says he wants to stay and insists no one else in the dressing room is pushing for a move either.
"I am still happy at Arsenal. Arsenal is still a big club, a big name in the world and in the Premier League," he told Sky Sports.
"There is nobody in the dressing room who says 'I want to leave the club, I am not happy here anymore'."
"We still have a good environment at the club and in the dressing room. Of course, at times it was not easy this season, but this is part of football."
The 29-year-old's contract with the north London side is set to expire in the summer of 2023.
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