Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech responded in style after an Arsenal fan claimed that the Blues shot-stopper tweeted him to reveal that he had chosen a move to north London over Manchester United.
Cech, of course, has been heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge in recent time, with the duo of Arsenal and Manchester United seemingly interested in signing him in the upcoming transfer window.
And, clearly, Cech has been bombarded with tweets in recent weeks, with speculation intensifying over his possible transfer out of west London.
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The goalkeeper, of course, is recognised as one of the best in world football despite losing his place in the Blues's starting XI last term to youngster Thibaut Courtois, who enjoyed an impressive debut campaign on English soil.
It's certainly not surprising, then, that the Premier League's biggest clubs have been linked with his services, but it appears that the goalkeeper still hasn't made a decision over his next step.
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As you can see below, the Chelsea man responded to the foul mouthed tweet, claiming that no one will believe it...
There's no doubt about it, it's going to be an extremely interesting couple of weeks as the goalkeeper decides his next step in the game, but he'd certainly make a wonderful signing for near enough any team in world football.
Right to battle
One thing's for sure, you can hardly blame the duo of Manchester United and Arsenal for having an interest in the Chelsea star's signature. At the end of the day, over the past decade, he's proved one of the best goalkeepers in England, and certainly has more to give before he retires from the game.
And ultimately, both United and Arsenal could probably do with him. At Old Trafford, of course, the Red Devils may well lose shot-stopper David de Gea, meaning that they may well be in the market despite already having Victor Valdes in their ranks.
Cech, of course, is a great deal older than De Gea, but there's no reason why he wouldn't be able to emulate the great success of Edwin van der Sair, who enjoyed a great stint at the club late on in his career.
Arsenal, on the other hand, are in need of a world-class goalkeeper despite possessing the duo of David Ospina and Wojciech Szczesny. Let's be honest, Cech is a step up on either goalkeeper at the Emirates, and would most certainly hand Arsene Wenger's side a greater chance of securing the Premier League title next term.
Who do you think Cech will sign for? Have your say in the comments section below!