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Arsenal set to announce summer transfer deal after three-year contract deal is offered

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Italian Serie A giants Napoli have offered Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny a three-year contract according to talkSPORT.

The Poland international spent the last two seasons on loan at Roma and was a solid regular in Luciano Spalletti's squad this season.

With life difficult at Arsenal until Petr Cech is at the club, the 27-year-old is expected to meet with his club to discuss his future with Napoli strong favourites to sign him this summer.

Earlier this month, the goalkeeper confessed that his objective is not to stay idle and to enjoy regular first-team football.

"The one thing I want to do is make sure I don't stay still," he told the Guardian.

"I was quite still for five years – sometimes I played better, sometimes worse, sometimes phenomenal, sometimes rubbish. You take steps forwards and backwards.

"It is not very good for your head if you go up and down and up and down. I want to try to keep going up, with my quality and with my decisions that I make.

"I am 27, the best I have ever been, I still have room to improve and I want to make sure that room doesn't stay empty. I want to go into that room. It feels like a big moment.

"The biggest thing I have taken away from these two years at Roma is the fact I grew as a goalkeeper. It's just raising your levels, your standards.

"I absorbed a bigger knowledge of football, the tactical side of the game. You don't see me with that rush of blood that I used to have as a younger keeper.

"It's not that I don't feel that rush of blood but tactically you are more aware of when to be involved, when to let the defenders recover."

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