Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny believes both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri should stay at the club to help them win trophies, but believes if they go the club will use the money to sign replacements.
In an interview in which he, and compatriot Lukasz Fabianski, spoke to Sport.pl, Szczesny said, “In my opinion a professional player, after a season of defeat, should do his utmost to lead the team to success next season and not leave.
“If they leave we will get money to buy their successors. I don’t think about a transfer because I believe the club can win trophies. If Cesc thinks otherwise, that’s his opinion”.
When asked directly if Cesc would leave, Fabianski said, “He is not here, so this is an answer to this question”.
The younger of the two Poles is most likely to start the season as Arsenal’s number 1 (even if he is going to wear 13), but Fabianski is determined to push him all the way.
Speaking to Arsenal Player, he said, “I will do everything that I can to be the No 1. In my shoulder and in myself, I am feeling stronger than I was before. I am very happy that I am finally fit and I could play a part of the game against Cologne. I am pleased with my fitness level and hopefully it will keep improving”.
Thanks to Przemek