Rumor Mill Update: Latest Speculation Regarding Mark Schwarzer and Arsenal

MULDERSDRIFT, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 11: John Travolta, Qantas Goodwill Ambassador poses with Mark Schwarzer of Australia as the Socceroos prepare ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, at Kloofzicht Lodge on June 11, 2010 in Muldersdrift, South Africa. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Arsenal have made two bids of £2million this summer to Fulham for Mark Schwarzer. Both of the offers have been rejected for the Fulham goalkeeper by the Cottagers. The question I have been wondering is will Arsene Wenger and Arsenal make another attempt to land Mark Schwarzer? Here below is the latest speculation regarding Mark Schwarzer and Arsenal.  

According to the Daily Star, Arsenal are going to push forward in their attempt to bring Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer to the Emirates. The story mentions that Arsenal are planning to increase their bid to £4million this week for the Australian goalkeeper.

The transfer window is closing on August 31st so we should know soon if Schwarzer continues to play at Craven Cottage or moves to the Emirates. I will continue to update the speculation between Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer and interest from Arsenal. When there is more information I will have another update.

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