Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has responded to reports linking him with a return to former clubs Arsenal and AS Roma.
Wojciech Szczesny has insisted ‘there is nothing to discuss’ regarding rumors linking him with an exit from Juventus.
The Poland international has spent the last four years in Turin upon completing a €14 million transfer from Arsenal in 2017 following an impressive two-season loan spell at Roma.
Szczesny has since stepped up as Juventus’ first-choice keeper, managing 54 clean sheets in 137 appearances. He has won seven major titles so far and Serie A’s Goalkeeper of the Year award in 2019/20.
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There have been rumors, though, linking the 31-year-old with returns to Arsenal and Roma as Juventus seek to raise funds.
“I know that this has been in the media for a while, so I will try to answer this question once and for all,” said Szczesny in a press conference as per Goal.
“I have not spoken to Juventus or any other club, because there is nothing to discuss about a departure.
“I am not responsible for Juventus transfer strategy.”
Szczesny remains under contract in Turin until the summer of 2024.
The former Arsenal keeper is currently preparing with the Polish national team for the upcoming European Championship.