Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech is reportedly set to tell the Blues that he wants to move to Arsenal in the summer.
The Czech Republic stopper has dropped several hints that he will leave Stamford Bridge in the summer after falling down the pecking order at the club. Jose Mourinho has installed Thibaut Courtois as the club's number one 'keeper with Cech spending most of the season on the bench.
The former Rennes player has made it clear that he is not willing to spend another season on the bench and is looking to play regular first-team football. Arsenal have been heavily linked to the stopper despite Wenger distancing himself from a move for the Czech international.
Cech has been a stalwart for Chelsea over the last decade and has won every major club honour as the club's number one 'keeper and Mourinho, who is reluctant to let him leave has admitted that Cech's decision on his next move is out of his hands.
Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United are keen on signing the stopper, with the latter facing the prospect of losing David De Gea, who is said to be on the verge of a move to Real Madrid.
But, according to Goal, Arsenal will have the advantage as the 33-year-old is reluctant to leave London, as his family and children are well settled in the city. Cech's interest in joining the Gunners puts the future of other keepers in doubt, as he would join the first-team.
However, Cech has revealed that he is yet to make a decision on his future, when asked if he had played his last game for the Blues during their post-season tour of Thailand and Australia. But his agent confirmed that his client would prefer a move to either the Emirates Stadium or to Old Trafford in the summer.
"I don't know. I will fly back now and join the national team. Then when the season is over I will weigh up my options and decide," Cech said, as quoted by the Mirror.
"I won't think about it now. When the decision is made I will tell you. At the moment it's all just speculation. I'm not even thinking about it," the Czech 'keeper added.