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Arsenal warned they must act fast to complete transfer for Chelsea's Petr Cech

Arsenal have been told to act fast if they want to sign Petr Cech from Chelsea.

The Gunners are keen to bring the Czech Republic shot-stopper to the Emirates this summer but face competition from Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain, Roma and Inter Milan for his signature. 205 more words


Liverpool 'plotting summer loan deal' for Chelsea's Petr Cech

Liverpool are said to be keen on securing a loan deal for Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech.

The Blues’ no.1 has found himself on the bench for best part of the season following the return of Thibaut Courtois from his three-year loan with Atletico Madrid. 105 more words


Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech 'needs to find himself a nice new club' says Edwin van der Sar

Petr Cech has been urged to leave the substitutes bench at Chelsea and find himself a new club.

That is according to former Manchester United and Juventus goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, who believes the 32-year-old’s talents are now being wasted at Stamford Bridge. 207 more words


Arsenal to stretch £50m transfer kitty to the limit this summer

Arsenal will have a £50million warchest to spend this summer, if you believe reports in the press.

As good as Arsene Wenger is with watching the bottom line, even he will have trouble buying all the players he’s linked with with just that amount. 393 more words


Chelsea's Petr Cech 'to join Paris Saint-Germain in summer transfer', says Ray Wilkins

Chelsea’s veteran goalkeeper Petr Cech is apparently set to join Paris Saint-Germain in the summer transfer window, according to former Blues coach and player Ray Wilkins. 169 more words


Chelsea keeper Cech and Arsenal’s Szczesny go from Golden Glove to unloved

By Rebecca Coles.

Last season’s top stoppers have found themselves warming the bench at Stamford Bridge and the Emirates this term. But instead of thriving off the competition between the sticks, they’re heading for the exit door . 571 more words


Arsenal's best keeper for next season is ..........

Apparently David Ospina has the highest win ratio (92%) in Premier league history after 11 wins from 12 games played. Obviously this is a meaningless statistic since when he came into the side other factors will have influenced our current run of 8 games unbeaten in the EPL – not least the emergence of Le Coq as the midfield enforcer we always wanted. 222 more words