Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is set to make his loan move at Roma a permanent one if the reports in the media are true.
The Pole’s future at Arsenal is non existent and following a string of impressive performances for the Rome outfit a deal to make the move permanent is an almost certainty.
Szczesny had a rough time at Arsenal, but has proven to be a roaring success in Italy, he has already made 50 appearances and a fee in the region of £15 Million should be enough to complete the transfer.
This potential deal makes sense for Roma, Szczesny is already a first team regular and signing with the Italian giants would give him the fresh start he so desperately needs.
If Roma meet Arsenal’s valuation then it is almost certain that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, will accept and give his permission for the 26 year old to leave.
Szczesny joined Arsenal from Legia Warsaw youth team back in May 2009, he made 132 first team appearances for the Gunners and has made 28 international appearances for Poland.