Liverpool could make Petr Cech swoop

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Liverpool could enter the race to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, according to the Daily Mail.

It has been reported that the Blues shot-stopper, who has struggled for opportunities under Jose Mourinho this season, is available for £7 million in the January transfer window. 


And now it appears that Reds boss Brendan Rodgers could look to bring the 32-year-old to Anfield as he looks to improve his options between the sticks.

This news will, however, come as a blow to current No.1 Simon Mignolet, who has failed to prove himself on a consistent basis for the Merseyside outfit. 

It remains to be seen, however, as to whether Cech will decide to move as he attempts to secure first-team football. It certainly appears that the 'keeper won't be short of options, with Chelsea's london rivals Arsenal also reportedly keen on bringing him to the club. 

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Arsenal, much like Liverpool, have struggled in the goalkeeping department of late, with Wojciech Szczesny also proving a liability at times. 

Cech, on the other hand, would bring bags of experience to either of Liverpool or Arsenal, as both clubs continue to monitor his situation at Stamford Bridge. Despite his age, he would certainly prove quite the coup, and could still play at the top level for a number of years yet. 

Liverpool and Arsenal fans: Do you want your club to sign Cech? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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