Wojciech Szczesny says that he has no idea where he’ll be playing football next season, but will use his holiday time to think about his future.
The Arsenal keeper was part of the Poland squad that crashed out of the European Championships last night, unable to replicate their penalty shoot-out win over Switzerland as they went down to Portugal.
The 26 year old never recovered from an injury in the first game, and had to watch former Arsenal teammate Lukasz Fabianski take his place. And after a spell at Roma last season – a repeat of which doesn’t seem to be on the cards – he’s still unsure as to where his club future lies.
“I’d love to know,” he said after last night’s game.
“I really don’t know. For now I was focused on the Euros, I tried to recover from my injury.
“Unfortunately, it didn’t happen in time but now I have time to relax, for holidays and maybe think about my future.”
What will his future hold? Will he play again for Arsenal? Does David Ospina really write funny things about him on toilet walls?
Find out in the next exciting edition of the next story we do about him. And that.