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Arsenal goalkeeper Alex Runarsson is reportedly set to join Turkish side Altay Spor after just a year spent at the Emirates.

The Icelandic shot-stopper has failed to impress since joining from French outfit Dijon last year in a £1.5million deal.

Runarsson, 26, was guilty of a howler against Manchester City in the Carabao Cup in December after fumbling Riyad Mahrez’s free-kick into his own net.

He has played just once since the 4-1 defeat against the Citizens, with Mat Ryan brought in on loan during the winter transfer window to provide back-up for Bernd Leno.

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And according to journalist Ege Engin, he is close to linking up with newly-promoted Super Lig side Altay Spor on loan.

Goal have confirmed that Runarsson is set to depart, with a report stating that it could be a permanent transfer.

Meanwhile Football.London has declared the player will be leaving on loan, with it unclear if Altay Spor have an option-to-buy clause.

The Express have claimed that Arsenal will not sign a replacement for the outgoing Runarsson.

Instead, they will promote highly-rated academy star Arthur Okonkwo to provide competition for the No1 spot.

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