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On his day, Petr Cech is – and has been for quite some time – one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
The Gunners shot stopper, who moved to the Emirates Stadium from rivals Chelsea last summer, has performed admirably this season and looks set to stay at Arsenal for the foreseeable future.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman reckons that the signing of Petr Cech from Chelsea has finally solved the goalkeeping problems for the Gunners.
Ever since Seaman left the club more than a decade ago, manager Arsene Wenger has been plagued by goalkeeper issues. Jens Lehman appeared to provide some respite and the problems have mounted since his departure several years ago.
The father of the Belgian shot stopper Thibaut Courtois has clearly said that his son is not ready to be second in the pecking order at Chelsea. So, before having him, the Blues management will have to make a decision on the future of their first choice goalie Petr Cech.
Courtois had made a move to Stamford Bridge in July 2011 after leaving Genk, but, in the last 3 years, he hasn’t played a single match for Chelsea. He had been loaned out to the Spanish club Atletico Madrid immediately after his arrival and since then, he has been there only. He has already made close to 100 league appearances for Atletico and is currently their no. 1 goalkeeper.