EXCLUSIVE | By Arsenal correspondent Tony Hughes

David Ospina has contract offers from six clubs as he weighs up his Arsenal future following the arrival of Petr Cech, Football Insider sources understand.

The Colombia international has attracted strong interest from Italy and Turkey, including Roma and Fenerbahce.

Ospina is set to leave Arsenal just 12 months after joining, and will sort out his future now Colombia have been eliminated from the Copa America.

The 26-year-old is free to find another club after Wojciech Szczesny told Arsene Wenger he wants to stay and fight for his Arsenal place.

Wenger does not want three senior keepers at Arsenal and still has hopes that Szczesny, 25, can develop into a consistently top-class shot-stopper.

Sources have told Football Insider that Szczesny rejected the manager’s invitation to leave at a recent meeting and told Wenger that he wants to battle Cech for a first-team spot next season.

Ospina was Arsenal’s No1 in the second half of last season after usurping Szczesny from the team and he was a key figure as the Gunners clinched a third-place Premier League finish.