Polish legend Jan Tomaszewski has told Arsenal shot-stopper Wojciech Szczesny to find a way out of the Emirates before the close of the transfer window, reports the Daily Star.
Szczesny has endured a tricky time in north London of late, having been dropped in favour of David Ospina, and now he's been told to find a temporary move away from the club sooner rather than later.
In fact, Tomaszewski has suggested that Poland's national team boss Adam Nawalka should head to London in order to help the Gunners ace find a new club.
Speaking to Sportowefakty, Tomaszewski said: "It seems to me that Adam Nawalka (Poland's national team coach) should go to London to find [him] a way out of the situation, because from what I know, Wojciech will not play again until the end of the competition.
"Wojciech should look for a loan. He won't lose anything, he will continue to be bound by a contract with Arsenal, but will be able to count on regular gametime."
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Szczesny, of course, may well look to take Tomaszewski's advice on board, as he looks to star on a regular basis. After all, the shot-stopper has endured a tricky time at the club of late, having been caught up in controversial issues as well as under-performing in certain matches.
In fact, the 24-year-old was reportedly caught smoking in the showers after a disappointing display against Southampton on New Year's Day.
Will he prove himself?
At such a young age, though, Szczesny may well look to prove himself in north London, despite this latest setback. In truth, the 'keeper had previously been an ever present in Wenger's side, so will still feel that he has something to fight for at the Emirates.
There's no doubt about it, he'd most certainly be taking the easy way out if he opted to leave the Emirates in the near future, but then he may not be happy with having to spend time on the bench.
In fact, he may yet be handed the opportunity to start between the sticks as the Gunners travel to Championship outfit Brighton in the FA Cup fourth round this weekend.
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