Schwarzer dashes Gunners link

Tottenham fail to test Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer
Image: Schwarzer: Settled at Craven Cottage

Fulham keeper Mark Schwarzer claims he knows nothing of reported interest in his services from Arsenal.

Cottagers keeper plays down transfer talk

Fulham keeper Mark Schwarzer claims he knows nothing of reported interest in his services from Arsenal. The Gunners are expected to dip into the transfer market this summer in an effort to address their problems between the sticks. Manuel Almunia and Lukasz Fabianski have failed to inspire confidence, with a string of high-profile errors marring too many of their outings. Arsene Wenger is therefore believed to be drawing up a shortlist of possible candidates to fill the troublesome post. Fulham shot-stopper Schwarzer was believed to be in the frame, as he is able to boast considerable Premier League experience.

Future

However, the 37-year-old Australia international, who is currently away on World Cup duty, insists he is unaware of any approach and is happy at Craven Cottage. "I haven't heard anything other than what's been said or written in the papers, so it's purely speculative at the moment," Schwarzer told ABC Sport. "I've got another year left on my contract at Fulham and I've really enjoyed my time there. I see my future at the moment with Fulham. "I don't see anything changing unless someone tells me otherwise."

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