Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski hinted that he might not wear a Gunners uniform anymore next season as he searches for a club who could offer him a regular starting-eleven role.
The Poland international was mainly used as a starter in the recently concluded FA Cup, wherein the north Londoners bettered Hull City 3-2 in the finals, and only started once in the Premier League as well as in the Champions League, playing second-fiddle to favoured Wojciech Szczęsny.
"A little time will pass before the situation becomes clear," the 29-year-old told Sky Sports.
"But I want to play every week and there are clubs that can give me the chance."
"One option is to stay in England, but there are also international opportunities. One thing is certain: I will not be unemployed."
Fabianski has been with the Gunners since the 2007/08 season and will be looking to write a new chapter on his playing career.
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