Arsenal legend Robert Pires believes Petr Cech is a brilliant signing

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Arsenal legend Robert Pires believes new signing Petr Cech could help the Gunners achieve Premier league glory next season.

Big Signing

£11million was forked out by Arsene Wenger to land the 33-year old who was also being monitored by Manchester United, before opting for London.

Robert Pires told Sky Sports News “This is a player who has won the title, so yes, he can help them win the title.”


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Strong Competition

Robert Pires also made clear that it will be difficult for the Gunners to finish top of the pile because competition is fierce, with their rivals Liverpool, Chelsea and both Manchester clubs strengthening their squads for the new campaign, which begins on the 8 August.

Robert Pires also told Sky Sports “I hope (the signing) will work, because he can make a big difference. It is good news for Arsenal the signing of Petr Cech.”

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has recently revealed the signing of Cech was a tough decision to make.

The Czech Republican could prove the difference for Arsenal in the next few seasons as his experience as a top class goalkeeper will be a major boost if Arsenal are to be successful in their bid to bring the League trophy to the Emirates.

The next question for Arsenal is what do they do with David Opsina. The Colombian shot-stopper is the odd-one-out thanks to Wojciech Szczesny counting as a homegrown player and he will likely be on his way out of the Emirates, with La Liga giants Valenica potentially being a contender for the 26-year olds signature.

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