Leeds United would face a tricky task prising Emiliano Martinez from Arsenal but it is by no means an impossible deal to get done.
The goalkeeper, 27, is named by Athletic journalist Phil Hay in a Q&A as a target to potentially replace Kiko Casilla if he quits this summer.
Football Insider revealed in April that Casilla, 33, was thinking about a transfer back to a La Liga club following his eight-match racism ban.
A recruitment source told Football Insider that Martinez is one of the lowest earners in their first-team squad.
A staggered wage policy means Mesut Ozil commands £350,000-a-week, while the number two keeper is on a deal worth less than a 10th of that.
Martinez does not have extensive first-team experience despite his age after spending much of his career as a back-up keeper in his nine years at Arsenal.
But he has had spells on loan at Wolves, Sheffield Wednesday, Getafe, Reading, Rotherham United and Oxford United.
Martinez has also been capped by Argentina at Under-20 level and made 11 appearances for Arsenal this season.
All of those have come in the cups – six in the Europa League and five in domestic cup competitions – as he has been on the bench for all 29 of the Gunners’ Premier League matches.
Casilla will miss out when Leeds return to action tomorrow, as he will do for their five subsequent matches.
Loan star Illan Meslier, who is primed to sign permanently, is set to continue in goal.
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