Aaron Ramsey has told Wojciech Szczesny the difference between Arsenal and Juventus amid links

Both Aaron Ramsey and Wojciech Szczesny are respected and well-loved former Gunners. The Welshman spent 11 years in North London after signing from Cardiff when he was just a teenager, whereas Szczesny joined the youth set-up in 2006, and went on to be Arsenal’s number one for a handful of seasons.

There are definitely Arsenal fans out there hopeful of a double return, but the goalkeeper is the one being touted with a reunion, especially after news emerged that Arsenal’s current number one, Bernd Leno, is one of the number of players Arsenal are looking to offload this summer.

Video Loading

Video Unavailable

If that transfer were to happen, then he would of course play in the Premier League again which, according to Ramsey, is a very different competition to the Serie A.

“For me, it is a lot more demanding,” he told Szczesny on the Foot Trick Show. “It is a lot more physically demanding. End to end so there is a lot more space.

Do you want all the latest news from around Arsenal Football Club straight to your email inbox?

Of course you do.

By signing up for our Arsenal newsletter, you will receive a twice-daily email, focused on all the latest news from the Emirates Stadium.

And, not only that, but you will get exclusive content from our club writers Chris Wheatley and Kaya Kaynak before anyone else.

You won’t miss a thing when it comes to the Gunners.

How do you sign up?

It’s easy and only takes seconds.

Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article – or any article on the Arsenal section of football.london in fact – labelled ‘Get the biggest daily stories by email’ and click ‘Subscribe’.

Alternatively, you can click here and tick the Arsenal box to subscribe for our Gunners newsletter.

If you decide later that you no longer wish to receive the emails, simply follow the unsubscribe link in one of the newsletters – but we don’t think you’ll want to.

“Here it is a lot more tactical. Teams are a lot tougher to break down. Teams sit a lot deeper and then try to play on the counter-attack,” he continued. “So yeah, tactically you have to be a lot stronger in this league.”

Szczesny won’t need to worry much about the physical demands of the Premier League from his goal line, but if he were to sign, he’d certainly like to re-establish a winning intent at the club after its evident rapid decline since the pair both left.

Source link

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on tumblr
Share on stumbleupon