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Juventus Close To Securing £14m Deal For Arsenal Star

Munititions stockpile neglected to fit the bill for the Champions League without precedent for Arsene Wenger's residency and this will imply that Wenger has enough time to work his arrangements out and channel the squad to receive the best in return next season. One player who he has now said goodbye to is Polish star Wojciech Szczesny.As indicated by Sky Sports, Italian champions Juventus have figured out how to sign the 27-year old on a four-year bargain €16m (around £14m). Having played in Serie A for the keep going couple of seasons, on credit at AS Roma, Szczesny has been one of the solid shot-plugs in the nation and it is comprehended that Juventus are set up to pay him a wage of £3.5m per season.

Having joined Arsenal in 2009, Szczesny put in a year on credit at Brentford to get used to the English conditions and soon turned into the principal decision at the Emirates after the takeoff of Manuel Almunia in 2012. Be that as it may, he didn't remain there for long as Łukasz Fabiański, after several years, and Petr Cech, only a year later, gradually pushed him down the pecking request.



Wenger spent on David Ospina in 2014 and chose only a year later that Szczesny does not have a place in his squad. He sent him out on advance to Italy, where he has really been not too bad for over one year and his exhibitions have seen him get the challenging task of attempting to supplant Italian legend, Gianluigi Buffon at Turin.

As much as the £14m tempted Arsene Wenger, he either has another goalkeeper joining his sleeve or is simply riding his luckiness. Ospina has demonstrated that is imperfect and however Cech has been great, is presently 35 and will soon should be supplanted.

The 27-year old Polish star additionally has his shortcomings yet he is a better than average alternative for Arsenal and Wenger ought to have considered him as a choice to supplant Cech, in any event in the short run.

Yes, Cech may play for one more year yet Arsenal will then need to spend on a guardian who can play for a considerable length of time to come and will understand that they had Szczesny in their books a year prior. As of now specified, Wenger may spend that charge on a more capable guardian yet till he does, this arrangement to pitch Szczesny to Juventus will confuse a couple Arsenal fans.

Do you think Wenger is appropriate in discarding Szczesny even after several good seasons in Rome?


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  • Juventus Close To Securing £14m Deal For Arsenal Star
  • Munititions stockpile neglected to fit the bill for the Champions League without precedent for Arsene Wenger's residency and this will imply that Wenger has enough time to work his arrangements out and channel the squad to receive the best in return next season. One player who he has now said goodbye to is Polish star Wojciech Szczesny.As indicated by Sky Sports, Italian champions Juventus have figured out how to sign the 27-year old on a four-year bargain €16m (around £14m). Having played in Serie A for the keep going couple of seasons, on credit at AS Roma, Szczesny has been one of the solid shot-plugs in the nation and it is comprehended that Juventus are set up to pay him a wage of £3.5m per season.

    Having joined Arsenal in 2009, Szczesny put in a year on credit at Brentford to get used to the English conditions and soon turned into the principal decision at the Emirates after the takeoff of Manuel Almunia in 2012. Be that as it may, he didn't remain there for long as Łukasz Fabiański, after several years, and Petr Cech, only a year later, gradually pushed him down the pecking request.



    Wenger spent on David Ospina in 2014 and chose only a year later that Szczesny does not have a place in his squad. He sent him out on advance to Italy, where he has really been not too bad for over one year and his exhibitions have seen him get the challenging task of attempting to supplant Italian legend, Gianluigi Buffon at Turin.

    As much as the £14m tempted Arsene Wenger, he either has another goalkeeper joining his sleeve or is simply riding his luckiness. Ospina has demonstrated that is imperfect and however Cech has been great, is presently 35 and will soon should be supplanted.

    The 27-year old Polish star additionally has his shortcomings yet he is a better than average alternative for Arsenal and Wenger ought to have considered him as a choice to supplant Cech, in any event in the short run.

    Yes, Cech may play for one more year yet Arsenal will then need to spend on a guardian who can play for a considerable length of time to come and will understand that they had Szczesny in their books a year prior. As of now specified, Wenger may spend that charge on a more capable guardian yet till he does, this arrangement to pitch Szczesny to Juventus will confuse a couple Arsenal fans.

    Do you think Wenger is appropriate in discarding Szczesny even after several good seasons in Rome?


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