Chelsea football club have granted world-class long-serving Czech goalkeeper Petr Cech the permission to be approached by other clubs and to speak with other clubs who might be interested in the player’s signature as their goalkeeper.
Petr Cech’s agent Viktor Kolar confirmed this granted permission when he told newsmen that, “Petr has a valid contract with his current club, however, I can confirm that we have been permitted by Chelsea to negotiate with interested parties and Petr has confirmed his interest to play regularly at a top club.”
The Czech Republic national team goalkeeper has spent ten years at Chelsea football club and has been the first choice goalkeeper at the Stamford Bridge for a very long time but has recently been relegated to the bench for loanee goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois who Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho brought in from Atletico Madrid at the beginning of the season.
The 32-year-old who has still a year left in his contract has been allowed to move out of the Stamford Bridge to any other club that might want him in their club as a goalkeeper and several top English Premier League and other European clubs have already showed their keen interest in signing the goalkeeper.
Arsenal will do well to sign this kind of goalkeeper to replace the fumbling Szczesny who seems to have generated so much hatred for himself at the club and he will also bring his wealth of experience into the club and give the other players the confidence they need to get better and be a force to reckon with. He will also be a great man to organize arsenal defence and guard against loopholes and schoolboy errors mostly committed by arsenal defence to gift away matches which could easily have been worn by Arsenal.