Wenger must be a disturbed man given the Gunners' goalkeeping problems. The Arsenal first choice shot stopper has made numerous mistakes this season, costing Arsenal valuable points.
After the departure of Jens Lehmann in 2008, the 32-year-old Spaniard was entrusted the responsibility under the goal post for Arsenal. But the erratic goalkeeper has been far from impressive in fulfilling his duties.
Except his impressive penalty-saving heroics he has not done much to please either Wenger or the Gooners. The Arsenal supporters are demanding a new goalkeeper in replacement of the highly error-prone Almunia.
Almunia has been the weakest link in Arsenal's defense this season. Be it the match against Birmingham City where his silly error allowed the Blues to snatch a draw, or his wrong decision in surging forward which led to Messi's hat-trick, Almunia has seen his mistakes rob the Gunners of valuable points.
Wenger might think of selling the aging Spaniard this summer in light of the growing criticism. As Wenger looks to splash some cash this summer in order to reinforce his young Gunners, here is a look at the most eligible candidates for replacing Almunia as the new Arsenal goalkeeper come next season.