Wojciech Szczesny: I've learned more in four months under Luciano Spalletti than I did at Arsenal

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Wojciech Szczesny will return to Arsenal this summer when his loan deal at Roma expires.

However, following his latest comments about his spell in Italy and Arsene Wenger, he might not be welcomed back to the Emirates Stadium with open arms.

According to Goal, Szczesny believes he has developed more in four months under Luciano Spalletti than he did in ten years under Wenger.


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He said: “I learned more in four months with Spalletti than in 10 years in England.”

Where exactly the Poland international ends up this summer remains to be seen, but his back-handed comment about Wenger won’t help his bid to become Arsenal’s number one.

The shot-stopper insists he knows where his future lies, though.

“I know where I will play next season but I won’t say it. If I stay in Rome I will grow more, if I will return to Arsenal I will make good use of this experience.

“Arsenal have paid most of my salary, and I have another two years on my contract with them.”

The thing is, Arsenal fans don’t even want Szczesny back.

In Petr Cech, the Gunners have a world-class goalkeeper with at least two good years left in him, while David Ospina is arguably the superior back up.

Furthermore, Szczesny’s attitude remains an issue and will greatly hinder any chance he has of having a future at Arsenal.

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