BERND LENO will be hoping to secure Arsenal’s No 1 spot ahead of Petr Cech this season.
The German goalkeeper completed his switch to the Premier League this summer after making over 300 appearances for Bayer Leverkusen.
How much did Arsenal pay for Bernd Leno?
Gunners boss Unai Emery had to splash out £22 million to sign the 26-year-old in June.
The German shot-stopper penned a five-year deal with the North London outfit.
He began his career with VfB Stuttgart before he joined Bayer Leverkusen after his loan deal was made permanent.
He made his 300th competitive appearance for the Bundesliga side in April during a 4-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt.
Has Bernd Leno played for Germany’s national team?
The 6″3′ goalkeeper worked his way through the Germany youth ranks.
He made four appearances for the Under-17’s and played five times for the Under-18’s and Under-19’s.
After playing 14 games for the Under-21’s, Leno looked to set to stamp his authority on the senior squad.
He was called up up in October 2015 for the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers.
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But the Arsenal star did not cement his spot within the varsity and has solely created six appearances for the national team.
He wasn’t selected for Germany’s 23-man squad for the 2018 tournament in Russia.
Manuel Neuer, Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Kevin Trapp were picked earlier than him.