Wojciech Szczesny will return to Arsenal this summer and wants to stay in the Premier League

The Polish keeper still believes he can fight for the number 1 jersey at the Emirates

Ed Malyon
Monday 08 May 2017 11:14
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Wojciech Szczesny has been on loan in Rome all season
Wojciech Szczesny has been on loan in Rome all season

Wojciech Szczesny expects to return to Arsenal this summer and wants to remain in the Premier League come what may.

The Polish international is disappointed that current club Roma have not yet moved to make his loan deal into a permanent transfer and it is understood that the club's new sporting director, Monchi, is already looking at alternative goalkeepers for next season.

This means a London return for Szczesny, who still believes he can fight Petr Cech for the number 1 jersey at the Emirates Stadium.

Whether Arsene Wenger wants to keep the 27-year-old shotstopper is another matter entirely, and while Arsenal sources insist no decision has been made on Szczesny's future it looks increasingly likely as if he will be sold - even if the club also cashes in on David Ospina.

From the player's point of view, things are clear. Szczesny's desire is to remain in the Premier League and there has been informal contact from a couple of English clubs already.

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