After helping Roma qualify for the Champions League in an impressive loan campaign, Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny was apparently disappointed that the Italian’s did not make his loan deal permanent.
The Polish keeper was instrumental in helping Roma battle Juventus for the league title last season, and his performances have impressed the Italian champions.
Juventus are interested in offering him a four-year deal, although he would predictably not be guaranteed first team football at least for the time being as Gianluigi Buffon continues to impress between the stick for the Turin-based side.
However, Szczesny wants to speak with Arsene Wenger before making a decision on his future as he believes he may still have a chance at the Emirates.
Arsenal is set for a major overhaul this summer, and that likely includes the sale and buying of at least one new goalkeeper. Current number two David Ospina has been looking for a move away from the North London side so that he can play regular football. It is still not clear if Arsene Wenger would keep Szczesny on as the new number two.