Arsenal legend Nigel Winterburn says the club must receive an offer ‘in excess of £20-25 million’ for Emiliano Martinez to justify selling the goalkeeper this summer.
After over a decade at the club, struggling to break into the first team and being shipped out on six different loan spells, the 28-year-old finally got his first real opportunity last season when deputising for the injured Bernd Leno.
The Argentine produced a series of outstanding displays and stated a strong case to be Arsenal’s No.1.
Aston Villa are one of the interested parties that can offer the stopper a starting berth, with Tom Heaton out injured for the start of the season.
Reports claim that the Gunners have decided to move Martinez on, with Aston Villa lining up a fresh bid after agreeing personal terms with the shot-stopper.
The north London club are holding out for an offer of £20m before next…