Wolfsburg after Lehmann
Felix Magath, coach of Bundesliga side VfL Wolfsburg, says he is interested in signing Arsenal's disgruntled goalkeeper Jens Lehmann, it was revealed on Wednesday.
German international Lehmann has fallen out of favour at the north London club and hinted of a desire to leave the Premier League giants unless he wins back his first-team place.
Lehmann's position at Arsenal is looking less and less tenable after the German criticised both first-choice shot-stopper Spaniard Manuel Almunia and manager Arsene Wenger earlier this season.
"Jens Lehmann is one of the top people in his position," Magath told German television channel DSF.
"He is a man with vast experience and he would be a welcome addition to the team.
"Of course we are interested in signing someone like him, we want to improve our position both in Germany and Europe," Magath told German television channel DSF.
Both Lehmann and Germany's reserve goalkeeper Timo Hildebrand, who is struggling for first-team football at Valencia, have been targeted by Magath.
"Everyone knows that I am a big fan of Timo Hildebrand, I coached him at Stuttgart and I would be interested in hearing from him."