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Arsenal eyeing Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper

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The highly-rated Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Seny Dieng is being tracked by ARSENAL, Leeds, and Crystal Palace.

Dieng, 26, caught their eye this season with a series of outstanding displays for Mark Warburton’s side.

In this word, the Swiss ace has developed itself as simple QPR No1.

The trio from the Premier League is all looking at their target choices.

All three are looking to reinforce their goalkeeping choices to provide their current No1s with rivalry.

In the summer, the top-flight clubs ALL brought a new goalie in.

Runar Alex Runarsson was signed by Arsenal, with Palace adding ex-Stoke and England star Jack Butland to their ranks.

For the Gunners, Runarsson made just five appearances – with all those coming in the Carabao Cup or Europa League.

Most recently, the kicker in their 4-1 mauling was the Icelandic stopper’s howler against Manchester City in the EFL Cup.

Butland, meanwhile, has struggled to play in any competition for a single minute since his move to Palace, favored by Vicente Guaita.

Leeds brought in Illan Meslier, who has featured in all 17 of his side’s Premier League games this term.

But in those games, Marcelo Bielsa’s side produced 33 goals – the second-highest score in the league.

And now, this month, all three clubs are eager to bring in reinforcements, with Dieng their top priority.

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