Fulham have completed the signing of Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno on a permanent transfer.
The German goalkeeper has agreed a three-year deal with the option of a fourth year at Fulham, and will complete his transfer from The Gunners for a fee worth up to £8million in total.
It is understood the deal is worth £3million up front, with a further £1million based on Premier League appearances, and then £2million based on staying in the once and an additional £2million for staying in the Premier League for a successive season.
The German International joined arsenal in 2019 from German side Bayer Leverkusen for a reported fee of around £22.5 million. After serving as first choice goalkeeper, Leno lost his spot to Aaron Ramsdale last season.
Leno prioritized a move to Fulham having already settled in London and is thought to be keen on a world cup spot in this year’s competition. The transfer is subject to international clearance.