- Petr Cech might be handed a coaching job by Arsenal once he hangs his gloves at the end of this season
- The 36-year-old earlier this season he will be ending his career once this season ends in May
- The Gunners are now exercising fear the Czech international might prefer to re-join former club Chelsea, where he spent eleven seasons
Premier League giants Arsenal have reportedly offered their goalkeeper Petr Cech a coaching role, but the Gunners are scared the Czech international will join Chelsea instead.
The 36-year-old spent eleven years at Stamford Bridge (2004 - 2015) and won several titles including one Champions League, one Europa League, four EPL titles among others.
Having lost his number one position to Thibaut Courtois, Cech joined the north Londoners, and was part of their FA Cup triumph in 2017.
However, the shotstopper has announced he will retire from active football at the end of this season - ending his two decades career at the Emirates Stadium.
Meanwhile, SunSport reveals both Arsenal and Chelsea are open to absolving the keeper into their coaching system once he retires.
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The publication further reveals that Cech started started his coaching courses but will have to decide which of the clubs he would join in the summer.
Owing to his contributions to the Blues success during his eleven year reign, the club want him back as a coach or club ambassador.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea are planning to offer club legend Petr Cech a coaching job after ending his career at the end of this season.
The 36-year-old goalkeeper announced earlier this week that he will be ending his 20-year career at the end of this league season.
While giving a hint to his retirement on social media, he said that he has "achieved everything I set out to achieve" in football according to the Mirror.
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