Arsenal 2015/16 goalkeeper shirts do not have short sleeves: Have Puma dropped a hint Wojciech Szczesny will be replaced by Petr Cech?

Chelsea 'keeper has been linked with a move to Arsenal

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Both of Arsenal's new goalkeeper shirts have now officially been revealed, and unfortunately for their displaced No 1 Wojciech Szczesny, they have not gone with his favoured short sleeves.

Szczesny lost his place as Arsenal No 1 to David Ospina halfway through last season, and now it appears kit manufacturers Puma do not have him in mind either.

The Gunners have been strongly linked with an £11m move for Chelsea stopper Petr Cech this summer.

Chelsea goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon said this week: "I think [Cech] still has three or four excellent seasons in him.

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Arsenal's new goalkeeper shirt

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Szczesny has been wearing short sleeves for the past three seasons

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"His family like England. And a player is happy when his family is happy.

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Santi Cazorla models Arsenal's new home shirt

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A leaked image of Arsenal's away shirt

 

 

"He wants to stay in England, but I don't know where are the discussions. The Premier League is his primary objective. But it will also depends on the conditions."

ARSENAL PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURE LIST 2015/16

AUGUST

8 West Ham              (H)

15 Crystal Palace    (A)

22 Liverpool             (H)

29 Newcastle           (A)

SEPTEMBER

12 Stoke                     (H)

19 Chelsea                 (A)

26 Leicester             (A)

OCTOBER

3 Man Utd                  (H)

17 Watford                (A)

24 Everton               (H)

31 Swansea              (A)

NOVEMBER

7 Tottenham            (H)

21 West Brom          (A)

28 Norwich               (A)

DECEMBER

5 Sunderland           (H)

12 Aston Villa           (A)

19 Man City               (H)

26 Southampton     (A)

28 Bournemouth    (H)

JANUARY

2 Newcastle              (H)

12 Liverpool             (A)

16 Stoke                     (A)

23 Chelsea                (H)

FEBRUARY

2 Southampton       (H)

6 Bournemouth      (A)

13 Leicester              (H)

27 Man Utd               (A)

MARCH

1 Swansea                 (H)

5 Tottenham            (A)

12 West Brom          (H)

19 Everton                (A)

APRIL

2 Watford                  (H)

9 West Ham              (A)

16 Crystal Palace    (H)

23 Sunderland         (A)

30 Norwich               (H)

MAY

7 Man City                 (A)

15 Aston Villa           (H)

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