Bernd Leno will face Tottenham after being dropped on the bench due to an Arsenal away crash in Burnley on Saturday.
German goalkeeper 29, lost his first XI position to Aaron Ramsdale. Gunners 1-0 victory over Norridge..
After scoring 9 goals from the club’s opening three Premier League matches Mikel Arteta I decided to make changes between the sticks.
England national team Ramsdale, 23, made his top flight debut for the people of North London after maintaining a clean sheet. Carabao Cup beat West Brom 6-0 last month..
And former Sheffield United shotstopper is expected to maintain his position for a weekend trip to Turf Moor.
However, he is alleged to return to the North London Derby dugout on September 26, regardless of whether he is playing well.
according to Built Reporter Christian Folk, Reno was told by Arteta to take a break for two games after losing to Manchester City 5-0.
He tweeted: “According to my information: Mikel Arteta promised it Bernd Leno There are two breaks.
“So: Reno should return to the pitch against the Spurs. You’ll see if Arteta keeps his word.”
Arteta’s men will face AFC Wimbledon in the third round of the Carabao Cup before Arsenal play against the Spurs in Emirates.
It is not yet known which goalkeeper the Spanish lighting technician has decided to start for the League 1 outfit.
Summer Arrival Ramsdale discussed his No. 1 battle with Reno, as he declared he was looking for. Prove why he should start every week..
He states: “I don’t know what the manager will do. Saturday may have been a tactical adjustment.
“It’s my responsibility to force him to choose me. That’s what I have to do on a daily basis.
“Now I and Bernd are competing in a healthy way. We need to stay competitive on the training ground and I have to try to stay on the team.
“For Arsenal, the start of the season was tough.
“We got our first clean sheet and our first win — and now we need to build on it.”
Arsenal will drop Aaron Ramsdale and return Bernd Leno for a Tottenham clash after two “breaks”
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