David Ospina celebrates winning the FA Cup Final with Arsenal in 2015
The Daily Mirror are reporting that Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina is a transfer target for Turkish Süper Lig giants Besiktas.
The Colombian stopper found his chances limited at the Emirates over this past season, following the arrival of first choice goalkeeper Petr Cech.
Arsenal's Petr Cech celebrates
The former Nice man made only 12 appearances for the Gunners and The Mirror understand that he is determined to leave the North London outfit over the summer, with the Turkish club prepared to offer him an escape route.
Ospina has made only 35 appearances for Arsenal since his move from French Ligue 1 side Nice two years ago, which cost £3.2m according to the Daily Mail.
The newspaper claim that Besiktas are willing to offer around £3 million for Ospina's services, a fee that the Gunners would definitely consider.
Besiktas players celebrate with the Turkish Super League trophy
Besiktas are not the only interested party, however, and The Mirror understand numerous clubs in France have sounded out the possibility of moving for the Colombian, while Everton are also rumoured to be interested in his signature.
If Ospina were to leave Arsenal, manager Arsene Wenger would have to make a move to replace his back-up keeper, or recall Wojciech Szczęsny from his loan spell at Roma.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger