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Turner set for Forest move

Arsenal goalkeeper Matt Turner is set to join Nottingham Forest.

The current USA goalkeeper joined the Gunners a year ago, but has struggled to get first-team action at the Emirates, playing mostly cup games last season, in which his ability to play out from the back with the ball at his feet came into question.

And, with the imminent arrival of Brentford’s David Raya at the Emirates, his chances of seeing action in the season ahead seem even more unlikely.

At least he is departing the Emirates with a winner’s medal. He was an unused substitute as the Gunners beat Manchester City on penalties to win the Community Shield against Manchestetr City at Wembley on the weekend.

He joined the Gunners for a fee of around £5 million from New England Revolution, and with Forest set to pay £10 million for Turner, it means  that the Gunners will make a profit on the transaction.

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