Leicester City tightened their grip on the Premier League with a win today, so with very little to excite ourselves about this term, we though we’d look ahead to the upcoming transfer window.
After years and years of the Polish keeper Wojciech Szczesny saying that he was an Arsenal man for life and wanted to stay here for his whole career, it now seems that he has finally realised that there is now no future for him at the Emirates.
Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger have not got very happy memories about the last time we tried to do a piece of transfer business with our Premier League rivals Liverpool. They could have just said no to the offer of £40,000,001.00 for their striker Luis Suarez but instead they spread it all over the press and both their owner and manager took great delight in slinging mud.
Keep or sell – Wojciech Szczesny by PR
Our Polish keeper Wojciech Szczesny has been at Arsenal for ten years since becoming a youth player at the age of 16. He was given a professional contract three years later and made his League Cup debut on the 22nd September 2009, keeping a clean sheet in a 2–0 home win against West Brom. After that game Wenger announced that the Pole would be a future Number One at the club.
Arsenal’s young Pole Wojciech Szczesny is currently on loan at Roma and with the Serie A club already clear that he will not be needed next season, his future is now up in the air. There were whispers that David Ospina was unhappy with his lack of playing time as understudy to Petr Cech, but Arsene Wenger’s comments yesterday seem to indicate that the Colombian will be staying at the club for a long long time.
When the Poland and Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny was made into a first team regular at the young age (for a keeper) of 21, he seemed to have the world at his feet and a long and distinguished career awaited him as the Gunners Number One.
I must admit that I feel sorry for the Arsenal and Colombia international keeper, even though David Ospina did drop a clanger so big that is sent shockwaves around the world of football. That horror moment against Olympiacos in the Champions League could not have come at a worse moment either as we had just got back into the game and had regained the momentum.
The Polish keeper Wojciech Szczesny’s Arsenal career took a rapid downhill turn last New Year when he committed two howlers to gift three points to Souhampton. That was bad enough but then straight after the game he was caught having a sneaky cigarette in the showers and was subsequently dropped in favour of David Ospina.