Szczesny was dropped from the starting line-up after being fined for smoking in the showers after Arsenal’s 2-0 loss to Southampton on New Year’s Day, and has even trained with the Under-21 side to try to regain his form.
David Ospina has impressed in recent games and it now look as if Szczesny is battling to save his career at the Emirates and will not like to hear that the club are reportedly looking to recruit another shot-stopper over the summer.
Arsenal have been linked with a number of goalkeepers this month, and it appears Neto is the latest name to be added to the ever-growing list.
According to the Daily Mirror, It is believed Wenger is keeping tabs on Neto, who has recently admitted he will leave the Serie A club when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Wenger could also look into the possibility of signing Chelsea’s Petr Cech in the summer with his contract edging closer to its expiry date in the summer.
But is Szczesny’s time at Arsenal coming to an end? Can the pole regain his place in the starting-line up? Don’t know and yes respectively.
Szczesny is a very good number one and was one of the best in his position two years ago – his displays in the past were so good that Barcelona were having a look at him. He definitely has the ability, but his brash behaviour lets him down, and a moment of madness (his smoking incident) could well cost him dearly. Wenger has a huge decision to make, either stand by the 24-year-old or end his time at a club he’s been at for nine years. Personally, I would go with the former option.