Former Liverpool goal keeper Jerzy Dudek believes Wojciech Szczesny should be looking to leave Arsenal in order to save his international career.
The Polish goal keeper has made 21 appearances this season, but has managed only four games since the start of New Year.
“It’s a serious matter,” Dudek told Poland’s TVP Sport, via The Standard. “Fortunately, we have two other goalkeepers who are able to provide an adequate level in our goal.
“In excellent form is Lukasz Fabianski and, on the other hand, Artur Boruc is very experienced. I think [Adam] Nawalka [Poland manager] will wait to make the decision until the very end.
“Wojciech is the least likely to play in the match with Ireland. If I were in his place, I would wonder whether there are still opportunities to arise at Arsenal and wouldn’t wait as long as Fabianski, because you can see that Arsene Wenger is firmly set on David Ospina.”
Arsenal are on a good winning run at the moment, having won seven games on the trot, and Arsene Wenger should be in no hurry to change his in-form goal keeper David Ospina, which means Szczesny will have wait for his chances.
The Gunners are looking to recruit a new keeper in the summer and are linked with a move for Chelsea’s Petr Cech recently.