While Arsene Wenger is busy expanding the squad of the Gunners, the outward transfers of players is expected at the Club to reduce the head count of players and ensure the wage bill is not overboard. Arsenal can only register 25 players for the new season but we have up to 30 players.
After the departure of Yaya Sanogo, Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is close to a switch to the Scudetto holders Juventus, this is an exclusive report by Calciomercato.
Szczesny fell the selection perking order of Arsene Wenger three seasons ago when Petr Cech was signed from Chelsea. The Polish star was sent on loan to Roma where he spent two seasons and impressed last term with term.
His heroic in-between the sticks seem to have caught the fancy of Juventus and they have been keenly interested in his signature. According to the report, Szczesny is in the want of a move and he has informed Arsene Wenger of his desire to jump the ship to Turin.
He has been labelled as the long-term replacement of the legendary Gianliugi Buffon and Fabrizio Romano reports that the 26-year-old shot stopper already sees himself as a Juventus player.
Szczesny was left out of the Gunners squad that traveled to Australia for pre-season, that goes to show that a move away from the Club is already in the offing for him.
There is no telling how much the Gunners will accept for the player, but the Goalie has agreed to join Juventus.