ROMA are considering a shock bid for Arsenal keeper Petr Cech to replace Alisson.
The Italians need to find a new keeper after Brazil No1 Alisson left to join Liverpool this week in a world record £67million deal.
Roma’s sporting director Monchi is worried that the side’s defence is too young and believes an older goalkeeper would bring much-needed experience.
Cech, 36, faces competition for the first team at Arsenal following the arrival of Bernd Leno for £22m from Bayer Leverkusen this summer.
Chelsea are rumoured to be considering a shock move for the keeper they sold to the Gunners in 2015, should the Blues lose Thibaut Courtois who is wanted by Real Madrid.
Cech is believed to have turned down a potential move to Napoli earlier this summer.
Meanwhile, the Czech stopper looks set to fight for his place at Arsenal despite Leno’s arrival.
The ex-Chelsea stopper has been pictured in training looking like he’s spent a good few weeks in the weight room.
Despite rumours suggesting Cech could make an emotional return to Stamford Bride, his agent confirmed he is focused on Arsenal.
Viktor Kolar said: “It is always busy during every transfer window around Petr Cech, as a great Premier League person. However, he maximally focuses on the new season at Arsenal, no specific offer is available.”