The latest team linked with a move for Wojciech Szczesny is West Ham.
- Szczesny set for permanent Serie A switch, but will it be Milan or Napoli?
- Juventus offer Arsenal £13.8m for world class 27-year-old
- Wojciech Szczesny agrees ‘permanent deal’ with Napoli
- West Ham looking for Adrian replacement
Szczesny is set to return to north London following two years on loan at Roma and while it seems that Arsenal want to keep him, they may have their work cut out if reports this week are anything to go by.
Firstly, Napoli were said to be interested, if a little miffed at having to pay £10m for the goalkeeper. Apparently, they want to replace Pepe Reina since he’s not exactly a spring chicken anymore and Woj was even reported to have agreed a three-year deal with the Italian club earlier in the week.
However, their Serie A rivals, Juventus, then popped up claiming that they too have an ageing goalkeeper – Gigi Buffon – who they want to replace and they’re willing to offer Arsenal £13.8m for Woj.
AC Milan then decided to throw their name into the hat as well since everybody else seems to be doing it.
Apparently, young star, Gianluigi Donnarumma, has stalled on committing his future to the club and they’re lining up a move for Woj just in case.
The latest club linked with a move for the 27-year-old is West Ham.
According to Il Mattino [via Sport Witness], Adrian’s future with the Hammers is uncertain after the 30-year-old failed to impress last season, keeping just six clean sheets in 19 appearances across all competitions.
However, if the rumours are to be believed, Woj’s future is in Italy.