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Abramovich 'agreement' could see Petr Cech move to Arsenal or Manchester United

The future of Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech is one of the talking points circulating in the transfer rumours

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Feature 21 May 2015, 16:08 IST
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Petr Cech has been courted by many top clubs including Manchester United and Arsenal.  
 

As time moves by, the future of Petr Cech becomes more and more uncertain. But this week, Cech's agent has revealed a mutual agreement with Roman Abramovich that has sealed his exit from Stamford Bridge. When asked this week of Petr Cech and next season, his agent Viktor Kolar said:

“Arsenal, United or PSG are all top clubs, And Petr would like to join one of them, definitely. Petr expects that Abramovich, not Mourinho will decide about his future, based on their mutual agreement from last year."

So, based on this mutual agreement, you can pretty much count it as certain that he will leave Chelsea in search of regular first team football. The question I am asking is who would be the better option?

Both Arsenal and Manchester United need a new goalkeeper in my opinion as the ones Arsenal have are not up to standard and the one that is at United (De Gea) could be on his way out of Old Trafford!

Could London be the deciding factor here bearing in mind that Cech has spent the best part of eleven years here? If he was offered the chance to sign for both of them, Who would provide him with a realistic chance of silverware?

I personally believe if offered the chance he would move to Manchester United. You can bet your life that Louis Van Gaal will be given substantial backing in the transfer market once again as he looks to make his squad stronger and he will select his transfer targets carefully and methodically compared to Arsene Wenger who will ignore the fact he needs a keeper, a centre defender and a holding midfielder and will buy attackers!

At the moment, I think United need more reinforcements than Arsenal to compete for the title next season, but the riches of United could force Cech into moving up north!

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