Petr Cech's agent has indicated the Chelsea goalkeeper would consider an offer from Arsenal while hinting Liverpool may also make an offer for him in the summer.

Cech has been replaced by Thibaut Courtois as the Blues number one this season and has been restricted to just five appearances this term.

Despite his limited role, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists the goalkeeper will not leave the club during the January transfer window, while his agent Viktor Kolar also adds an exit in the new year is "unlikely".

However, Kolar admits his client's long-term future does lie away from Stamford Bridge, suggesting a move in the summer could be in the offing with interest from other Premier League sides high.

"It is unlikely that Petr will leave Chelsea in the January transfer window," Kolar told Czech newspaper Sport. "The club want to keep him. I think Arsenal should have made an offer to him. I think Petr would be considering it.

"Liverpool? They need to strengthen the position in goal. And they know Petr will be available in the summer. Real Madrid? We've been in contact but they don't need a goalkeeper just now. But we will discuss it again in March."

Although he predicts a move for his client at the end of the season, Kolar insists there is no ill-feeling between Cech and the club and believes Mourinho has kept promises made to the goalkeeper at the start of the season.

"Petr still has the ambition to play as many matches as possible," Kolar continued. "But it is impossible now. However, he has a good feeling from the overall attitude towards him.

"The club show him respect, they treat him in the same way as he would if he was first choice. He does not feel any difference [in how he is treated] between himself and Courtois, which is important for him.

"The agreement is – and Jose has fulfilled it so far – that Petr should get his chance to maintain match sharpness."