Arsenal round-up: Wojciech Szczesny wanted back as Petr Cech backup

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Arsenal want Szczesny back

The Arsenal faithful would be forgiven for thinking that they’d never see Wojciech Szczesny standing in the Emirates Stadium goalmouth again, but they’d probably be wrong.

The Mirror are today claiming that the Gunners want the Polish stopper back this summer so he can deputise for Petr Cech next season.

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David Ospina, meanwhile, could be moving on having been glued to the substitutes' bench, leaving a gap in Arsene Wenger’s squad.

Szczesny is far from a favourite in north London, but can he have an Arsenal career yet? Let us know thoughts in the comments box.

Here's how the three compare this season:


Amutu claim

Elsewhere, Nigerian striker Austin Amutu has claimed Wenger is interested in landing him, stating it’s his dream to play for Arsenal.

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The little-known 22-year-old could be lying, but he believes he’s not far away from realising that ambition. We remain sceptical.

Wenger on Henry return in 2012

And, lastly, Wenger has shed new light on the reasons behind bringing Thierry Henry back to the club in 2012 on loan.

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The legendary striker made a temporary comeback to north London after leaving the club for Barcelona in 2007; Wenger has described it as an ‘obvious decision’.

Henry scored on his second debut for the club - a tough FA Cup tie against Leeds United - a strike that proved to be the winner. He's currently back with Arsenal again, this time so he can learn his trade as a coach.

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