Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger continues to reject the notion that the Gunners may be in the market for Chelsea keeper, Petr Cech.
The Blues keeper has been disgruntled all year after losing his starting position to Thibaut Courtois this season and is reportedly looking to jump ship and join a club that will start him between the posts every game next season.
There are many teams in the market for a high quality goal-stopper such as Cech, and Arsenal may be one of them.
However, Arsene Wenger refuses to give in to the rumours that he is looking into acquiring the Czech keeper.
Speaking to the media, the Arsenal boss said,
“We will start with transfers at the end of the season and I don’t deal with the ‘if’. We have world-class goalkeepers, we have three.”
On paper, it would make sense for the Gunners to pursue a quality keeper such as Cech.
Their two current stoppers, David Opsina and Wojciech Szczesny, have battled all year to secure the starting position for good with neither exactly taking the reigns.
Acquiring Cech would provide some stability to the Gunners’ starting XI next year and they would do themselves a favour by at least looking into it.