PSG and Monaco both want ‘keeper.
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Ligue 1 giants AS Monaco and Paris Saint Germain are both keen on taking Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech on a season-long loan deal, report the Mail, as the Czech Republic international looks set to leave Stamford Bridge after being dropped by Jose Mourinho for their opening Premier League game.
Mourinho preferred Belgian international Thibaut Courtois to Cech for their opening Premier League fixture away at Burnley, and the former Atletico Madrid loanee impressed sufficiently to suggest that he will be the long-term number one at Stamford Bridge.
This leaves Cech in the cold, with the experienced ‘keeper having done little wrong in his spell as Chelsea stopper and likely to feel that he is too good to be a number two, opening the possibility of a move across the Channel.
Both PSG and Monaco are looking for improved competition for Salvatore Sirigu and Danijel Subasic respectively, but Cech is likely to want assurances that he would be first choice should he leave West London.
The move would also solve a conundrum for Chelsea, who must cut two overseas players from their number before registering their Champions League squad following the close of the transfer window.