Matt Turner To Play For Arsenal

Matt Turner
May 16, 2021; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner (30) smiles at fans before their game against the Columbus Crew at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Matt Turner is one of the well-known names in the football circuit. He has been one of the most promising upcoming young talents at the moment. Turner plays as the goalkeeper for the national team of the United States of America. He also appeared in the colors of the New England Revolution for his club duties. Turner has been one of the assets in recent times. His impeccable goalkeeping skills have impressed everyone.

One of the main driving forces behind the brilliant display of USMNT was Turner under their goal. All his hard work, however, did pay off. Matt Turner will now be playing in the top tier of English Football as has been roped in by Arsenal. Arsenal announced the signing recently stating that Turner would be an asset for the club. According to trusted sources, Turner has signed a long-term deal with the Gunners. He will be given the jersey no.30 once he debuts for his new club officially. The goalkeeper expressed his delight at being signed by one of the biggest clubs in the world. Let us learn more about the news in detail below. 

Matt Turner Roped In By Arsenal

Matt Turner immediately expressed his ecstasy at being a part of Arsenal. He termed his experience a dream. Turner also took to Twitter and stated that he felt very much happy to be a part of the Gunners family. Turner further said that he was always a big follower of the English Premier League and Arsenal was among one of his favorite clubs. 

Matt Turner will be joining the team as they will resume their practice session in the early half of July. Turner will be facing tough competition to get into the playing eleven. He will have to overshadow Bernd Leno and Aaron Ramsdale to become the number one choice. 

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