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Roma Eager to Buy Out Szczesny from Arsenal FC

Wojciech Szczesny's future at Arsenal is still in question even after his loan move to Roma / AFP
Roma Eager to Buy Out Szczesny from Arsenal FC

ROME, Italy. January 13 (PSN) – According to the website Tuttomercatoweb.com, AS Roma will intend to try and buy out Wojciech Szczesny from Arsenal FC.

The sum of the transfer would amount to 16 million euros.

The 26-year-old goalkeeper is currently on loan from Arsenal to the Italian capital club, the deal which is valid until June of this year. At the Serie A club the Pole has already made 62 appearances.

Meanwhile, Szczesny’s contract with the Gunners expires in June 2018.

It should be noted that Szczesny came to Arsenal in January 2006 for just 50,000 euros.

Today, the 28-capped Polish international is one of the best goalkeepers in the Italian Serie A.

If Arsenal decline the transfer request then fortunately Roma still have a very viable backup plan. This of course is Lukasz Skorupski, who is on loan from Roma at Empoli FC, where he is regularly collecting accolades for his performances.

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