Unai Emery has said that he is uncertain of Petr Cech’s future at the North London club.
Cech started the season for the Gunners under new boss Emery as the number one but ever since his injury he lost his spot to new arrival Leno. With the 36 year old’s time on the pitch cut down, Cech has been rumoured to be linked with a move away.
This is what the Arsenal boss had to say on the topic. “I don’t know now, it has to do with the club and the player. He started this season very well, very good behaviour, commitment and also performance. And then when he had his injuries, he recovered his position on the bench. I am very happy with him. We will speak in the future with the player but at the moment I want his focus to be the same in every training and match.”
He respected our decision,” Emery added. “His commitment did not change with his new situation. I am happy because I think we need that. Petr has very big experience. His behaviour with his situation is very good.”
Cech, has served a long and illustrious career at London first with Chelsea and then later with Arsenal.