Petr Cech has said he is playing for his future at Arsenal as he still doesn't know what will happen when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Cech, 36, has so far managed to hold on to his position as Unai Emery's No. 1 in the Premier League, with Leno set to make his Arsenal debut in Thursday's Europa League game against FC Vorskla, but he admitted he still has to fight to keep his spot, and is unsure what the future holds.
"I'm in the last year of the contract so I guess it depends...
LONDON -- Bernd Leno will finally make his debut in Arsenal's goal on Thursday and coach Unai Emery said he still has a chance of unseating Petr Cech as his No. 1.
Leno has had to wait patiently for his first minutes since joining from Bayer Leverkusen in a €25 million transfer this summer, but Emery confirmed he will start in the Europa League opener against FC Vorskla at the Emirates.
And unlike his predecessor Arsene Wenger, who used David Ospina as his cup goalkeeper throughout the last...
Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has said he is convinced "my time here will come" after starting his career at the club as second choice.
Leno arrived from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer but new head coach Unai Emery has preferred to keep incumbent Petr Cech in the No. 1 spot so far -- even though many supporters believe the German newcomer is better suited to the coach's style of playing from the back.
The 26-year-old, who has yet to make a competitive appearance for Arsenal, said has no regrets...
Arguably the most appealing thing for Arsenal fans this season is the sense of the unknown. Most supporters don't have any realistic aspirations to win the Premier League title -- and even the wildest dreamers at the Emirates would have had their ambition quelled by Manchester City's comprehensive 2-0 victory last Sunday.
Instead, Arsenal are engaged in a recognisable fight for the top four. Familiar though that particular fight is, there are many new elements this time round to stave off the ennui:...
Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has slammed Bayer Leverkusen for trolling him on social media during Sunday's 2-0 loss to Manchester City and lobbying for their former player Bernd Leno to play instead.
Cech accused the German club of lacking professionalism after tweets from Leverkusen highlighted Leno's ability to play the ball out of the back -- following the Czech veteran's struggles to do so at times against Man City.
"[At] Arsenal we share important values which make us a big club not only on...
Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno says he can learn a lot from Petr Cech as the duo waits to find out who will be Unai Emery's No. 1.
However, he is hoping a new system with a higher back line could give him an edge over the Czech veteran. Leno says Emery has yet to inform him or Cech who will be first choice this season and added that it's "crazy" to battle a goalkeeper he grew up admiring for the starting spot.
"I have to look at myself and work very hard to be first choice," Leno told reporters following