Saturday, 20 June 2015

Arsenal to Offer £100 000-a-Week Record Contract to Goalkeeper Signing.


Arsenal are set to break their wage record for a goalkeeper as they will be offering Petr Cech £100 000-a-week.

The Chelsea goalkeeper who has lost his place to Thibalt Courtois is looking for a new club and it is clear that the Gunners want him to join them this summer. Many sources have claimed that the deal is almost through and we are all still waiting to see as things turn out.

Jose Mourinho confessed that Cech wants to leave. The Portuguese lamented this decisions, saying that he would have kept the Czech international at Stamford Bridge if he had the power. Club owner, Abramovic indicated that he will let the 33-year-old decide where he wants to go to. He is doing this to show respect to the veteran goalkeeper who is one of the club's greatest players.

Aside Arsenal, clubs like Paris Saint Germain, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Roma are also interested but according to reports, Cech and his family are happy in London and want to remain there, so a move to Arsenal is all he wants.

Arsenal will give Cech a pay rise which will see him earn more than what he currently gets at Chelsea and become the highest paid goalkeeper in the entire history of Arsenal. It will also make him one of Arsenal's top earners.

The Gunners and Chelsea will now have to come to an agreement on how the deal should go. Mourinho hinted that he will love to get a player [Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain] in return but Wenger is not willing to let any of his star players leave.

Cech has just one year left on his contract and at 33, he still has a lot to offer. He will cost Arsenal around £10million.

Wojciech Szczesny is aware of Arsenal's interest in Cech but is willing to stay and compete for his place. Cech's arrival may mean that David Ospina will be sold out to another club, something many Arsenal fans do not want to happen. A particular guy said that Cech should not come to the Emirates if that will see Ospina leave the club.
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