The goalkeeping situation at Arsenal is certainly providing it´s fair share of Arsenal transfer rumours at the moment, with the possible future of the two current Gunners Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina up in the air as well as the will he, won´t he, will they let him saga concerning Chelsea and Petr Cech.
And there seems to be no let up either, with a report in The Mirror today filling us in on the latest. But as well as claiming that Arsene Wenger has all but sealed the deal for the Czech Republic star by promising him the number one role, the report carries some other interesting factors and if they mean what I think they do, it could be a huge boost for Arsenal and our hopes of trophy success in the future.
Cech has enjoyed a long, close and fruitful working relationship with goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon and with our keeping coach Tony Roberts leaving the club to work again with Lukasz Fabianski at Swansea, the report suggests that Cech could bring Lollichon to Arsenal when he comes.
If he does then hopefully he will be able to bring the best out of the talented but error prone Szczesny, as the report also claims that is the Poland international and not Ospina that will be Cech´s understudy. So if Lollichon is coming to Arsenal to keep Cech in top form and to make sure that Szczesny fulfils the massive potential he undoubtedly possesses, could this transfer from Chelsea prove to be the key to years of trophy success for the Gunners?