Arsenal’s transfer demands next summer could be piling up as aside from potentially acquiring reinforcement that suits Unai Emery’s needs, they must look for a new keeper.
This situation happened soon after Peter Cech announced his plan to retire from football at the end of this current season.
Although he hasn’t been a starter anymore with the Gunners, but his presence remains important as that experience voice and someone who can pushed their main keeper, Bernd Leno.
Cech himself confirmed his retirement plan via his official social media page, expressing gratitude over experiencing such massive career and looking forward for a new life outside of the pitch.
Although Gunners already have Leno as their number one, but his performance so far hasn’t always been convincing, so a potential search for keeper is certainly needed.
Recent rumors have actually linked Emery’s side with a potential deal for wantaway Real Madrid keeper, Keylor Navas.
Navas hasn’t been getting regular playing time ever since Los Blancos signed Thibaut Cortouis, so next summer the Costa Rica international might decide to depart Santiago Bernebau.
However, it remain to be seen on how will Arsenal’s financial situation evolve next summer, since they are having issue this winter with ability to sign players permanently.