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Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny hints at Serie A return with latest social media post

Arsenal goalkeeper has spent two seasons on loan at Roma and could return to Italian football this season

Arsenal have three pretty good goalkeepers on their books at the moment. 

Last season’s shot-stoppers Petr Cech and David Ospina are joined by Wojciech Szczesny for the time being, with the Polish ‘keeper returning to North London are two seasons out on loan with Italian giants Roma.

He’s back, for now

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He’s back, for now

But Szczesny’s future seemingly lies elsewhere, with Juventus rumoured to be interested in signing the 27-year-old.

According to reports in Italy, the Serie A champions are keen to bring the Poland international back to Italy this summer on a permanent basis.

Italian outlet CalcioMercato recently reported that the departure of Juve’s stand-in goalkeeper Neto has accelerated Szczesny’s move to Turin.

Neto left the bench of the Old Lady last week to join Valencia, which leaves the Champions League finalists short of cover for long-standing No 1 Gianluigi Buffon.

Will Szczesny be joining this goalkeeping master this season?

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Will Szczesny be joining this goalkeeping master this season?

Either way, judging by Szczesny’s  latest post on Instagram, the goalie has clearly got his mind set on Serie A.

The Arsenal ‘keeper took to social media to show off his new goalkeeping gloves for the upcoming campaign, with the Serie A logo clearly visible on the football he is holding up.

Hmm.

Ready for the new season with these new gloves from @nikefootball 🔥💪

A post shared by Wojciech Szczesny (@wojciech.szczesny1) on

Reports say Juve are working on a deal to bring Szczesny to Turin, with personal terms supposedly already agreed.

Szczesny impressed during his time in Italy and recently claimed his move to Rome made him become a better and more mature player, where he says he benefited from working under different coaches and a different style of training.

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