Chelsea stalwart Petr Cech won't be moving to London rivals Arsenal in the summer according to former Blues player and assistant manager Ray Wilkins. The 58-year-old was sacked in acrimonious circumstances in 2010 but believes Chelsea wouldn't deal with title rivals.
Speaking to Talksport, Wilkins said. "If you look at Chelsea’s actions over the last few years.
"With the likes of Didier Drogba, Nicolas Anelka and Salomon Kalou, they were all sold outside the country so they couldn’t do any damage to the club in the Premier League. Jose Mourinho will do the same with Petr Cech."
The current Jordan boss won a Premier League and FA Cup double as assistant to Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, but fell out with owner Roman Abramovich the following season. As for Cech's eventual destination Wilkins had his own ideas on where the Czech would end up.
“I don’t know why Paris Saint-Germain have not tabled a bid already because Salvatore Sirigu, the Italian goalkeeper, isn’t good enough."
Petr Cech is in his tenth season at the Blues but has only made six Premier League appearances following the arrival of Belgian international Thibaut Courtois.
The 32-year-old is reportedly unhappy with his current situation at the west London club and wants to move for first team football.
Arsenal and PSG aren't the only potential suitors for the Czech international with Liverpool in the market for a new keeper and maybe even Manchester United, depending on the future of Spaniard David de Gea who has been heavily linked with Real Madrid.
Ray Wilkins has pinned all his hopes on the Parisian club to secure the Chelsea keeper's signature, but with Cech reportedly wishing to stay in London, the most likely move is to the Gunners.
Arsenal and Chelsea's London rivals, Tottenham, could also be in the mix if United coming knocking for their goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. The transfer domino effect may well be dependant on De Gea's move to Real.
In all likelihood the Chelsea stalwart's wishes will be met by the Blues, because of his many years of service to the club.
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