Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are all keeping an eye on Wojciech Szczesny ahead of the summer transfer window, with Juventus open to parting ways with the goalkeeper. Poland international spent the majority of his senior career at the Emirates Stadium before making his way to Italy, signing for Roma in 2015.
Two years after his stint at the capital club, Szczesny was snapped up by Juventus and after initially playing second-fiddle to club legend Gianluigi Buffon, he has become the undisputed first-choice goalkeeper at the Allianz Stadium.
To date, Szczesny has racked up 137 games for Juventus, managing to keep 54 clean sheets and is a three-time Serie A champion. However, heading into the summer, there is a sense of uncertainty surrounding his future in Turin, largely stemming from the fact that the Old Lady are keen on signing Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The Italian international will soon be a free agent as his contract with Milan runs out at the end of the month. And even though PSG are said to be closing in on his signing, there still stays hope within the Old Lady camp with communication channels still very much open with his agent, Mino Raiola.
And, should he come into the side, Poland international will have to be offloaded, with such a development interesting the aforementioned English trio.
Arsenal, for one, could be looking for an upgrade over Bernd Leno, who has been linked with an exit from Arsenal this summer. To that end, they have been previously linked with a move for Szczesny, although of late, there has been a lot of noise surrounding a push to sign Andre Onana from Ajax, with an offer reportedly in the works as well.