Wojciech Szczesny is claimed to have agreed terms over a move to Napoli this summer, with a fee still needed to be agreed with Arsenal.
The Polish international has spent the past two seasons on loan with Roma in Serie A, and has been enjoying playing as the club’s first-choice.
The Giallorossi did sign a new goalkeeper from Brazil by the name of Alisson last summer, but he failed to start a single match in the league this term, although picked up plenty of minutes in the Europa League and the Coppa Italia.
The Brazilian will now likely take over as number one should the Arsenal keeper complete his move to Napoli, and it would be interesting to see whether Pepe Reina would be able to keep Szczesny from being first choice.
The 27 year-old left the club to join the Serie A side on loan after the arrival of Petr Cech from Chelsea, but Szczesny had already lost his first-team spot to David Ospina, and is believed to have grown frustrated with his status in North London.
Ospina is also expected to leave the Gunners this term, with Turkey reported to be a likely destination, which will leave Cech and Emiliano Martinez as the only senior options.
The Gunners are expected to bring in a replacement should the duo depart, although Martinez did impress in spells this term, and could really do with first-team football, possibly out on loan.
Should Wenger mend the bridges between himself and Szczesny and bring him back to challenge Cech this term? Or is he not good enough to challenge for first team action?