Arsenal stopper Wojciech Szczesny could reportedly be set to push for a move away from the Emirates this summer after the arrival of Petr Cech.
The 25-year-old has sparked talk of a move after he decided to start following Roma and several of their players on social media.
While that is not enough to suggest that he will be pushing for a move or is close to agreeing a deal with the Italian giants, it has raised questions in the media over his future in north London.
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Szczesny will be resigned to being back on the bench next season after the arrival of Cech, and it will be a disappointing end to the Polish star’s career at the Emirates if he does end up moving elsewhere.
Having joined the club in 2006, he had hoped to become a reliable presence between the posts for the Gunners for years to come, but boss Arsene Wenger made the decision to move for Cech and will likely be rewarded for it next season.