Arsenal signed a new goalkeeper this summer for an estimated amount of £20million and this has put the future of Petr Cech uncertain because the new manager might use a goalkeeper who he signed himself.
Bernd Leno has joined the gunners at a time when the club had just given Petr Cech the no.1 shirt number as the Czech Republican international hopes to leave a great name at the Emirates Stadium even though it might not be like that he has at the Stamford Bridge where he spent many years.
Arsenal legend David Seaman says that the gunners should not just ignore Petr Cech and use the new goalkeeper because he has enough experience in the Premier League.
“I don’t think he will get written off straight away, you don’t disregard that experience from a guy that has won everything in the Premier League and he has won the Champions League as well.” David Seaman told the Mirror.
“Don’t disregard that, he has still got a lot to offer. What is interesting is that Petr has took the number one jersey. So that means that he wants to stay around for a little while.”
Petr Cech has been linked with a move back to Chelsea this summer but the former blues goalkeeper has already confirmed that he will be staying at the Emirates Stadium and fight for his position at the club in the upcoming season.