Former Poland international asks Wojciech Szczesny to leave Arsenal

Jan Tomaszewski, who played 63 games for the Poland national team, says that Arsene Wenger did not inform Wojciech Szczesny about Petr Cech’s arrival and has asked his fellow countryman to leave the Gunners.

Tomaszewski believes that his fellow countryman was not kept in the loop by Arsene Wenger ahead of making a move for Petr Cech from Arsenal and has asked the 25 year old to leave the Emirates this summer and join a club where he will be given a chance at regular football.

“In January I spoke to Poland manager Adam Nawalka and he said that Arsene Wenger had told him that if Szczesny worked hard in training he would play again soon,” Tomaszewski told Przeglad.

“It turned out that he didn’t tell the truth. I’m sure that when Szczesny said that he was going to stay at Arsenal, he didn’t know that Cech was going to come because Wenger didn’t tell him about his plans. Szczesny should leave, because it will be waste of time for him, if he stays.

“Wojciech must be devastated. The Petr Cech transfer is a big problem also for the Polish national team.

“For me Wojciech is still Poland’s number one, world class goalkeeper but after Cech’s transfer he has no chance to play at Arsenal and for Poland. It could be end of his career in national team.”