Wojciech Szczesny’s future is still far from defined. On loan at Roma from Arsenal until the end of the season, the player isn’t any keen on sitting on the bench in London once again, and seems to be searching for a club where he will be playing regularly.
According to Radio Kiss Kiss (via Calcio Mercato), Szczesny would now be thinking of a move to Napoli, and will be asking his compatriots Piotr Zielinski and Arkadiusz Milik about the life at the club.
It’s also claimed the goalkeeper and his entourage will be having a meeting with Arsenal on May 5th to talk about his future, as his contract is expiring in June 2018, and the Gunners should find a definitive solution for him in the next summer window.
As frequently reported by the Italian press, Roma wouldn’t get the funds together to sign Szczesny permanently, so the only chance for him to stay at the club would be if Arsenal accept to loan him out once again.
The is one situation Arsenal and Arsene Wenger will certainly have to deal with this summer.