Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is on the hunt for a new goalkeeper to be a back-up to Wojciech Szczesny.
Lukasz Fabianski has agreed to join Swansea City on a free transfer in July when his current contract with the Gunners runs out.
We now look at three possible replacements for the 29-year-old Poland international.
1. Asmir Begovic
The Stoke City man is a top quality goalkeeper. The 26-year-old kept nine clean sheets this season and is heading to the World Cup with Bosnia and Herzegovina. Begovic is a Premier League experienced keeper who could provide excellent back-up for Szczesny and also push for a starting spot for the Gunners.
2. David Marshall
The Scottish international goalkeeper was relegated with Cardiff City this past season, despite some admirable performances. As he is 29, Marshall may be looking for one last big move and playing in the Champions League with Arsenal may be more tempting than featuring in the English Championship with the Bluebirds.
3. Sergio Asenjo
On loan at Villarreal this past season, Asenjo may be forced out of his parent club Atletico Madrid after a lack of opportunities. With Thibaut Courtois set to return to Chelsea, the 24-year-old may stay with the Spanish champions. However, if Atletico sign a new goalkeeper, then the Spaniard may be on his way out permanently.