Official to Juventus, Szczesny Pleased and Wanted to Be a Champion
Juventus have completed the process of recruitment of 27-year-old goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny, from Arsenal with a dowry of 12.2 million euros, Wednesday (07/19/2017) local time.
The Polish goalkeeper was tied with a contract duration of four years after successfully passing medical tests, Tuesday (18/07/2018).
Szczesny’s transfer value could rise to 15.3 million euros depending on his performance during his contract term with Juventus.
“I’m happy to be at Juventus, I’m ready for the challenge, Juventus is the best choice in my career,” Szczesny said as quoted by Juventus official website.
“I have 27 years and want to be a champion, Juventus have the mentality needed to get it,” he said.
Throughout Szczesny’s career, he has never felt the success of winning the most prestigious domestic titles and European performances.
His best achievements at club level are to win the FA Cup title (2013-2014, 2014-2015) and Community Shield (2014) with Arsenal.
Szczesny spent the last two seasons as a loan player in AS Roma and down in a total of 72 games in Serie A.
He began to lose a major position in Arsene Wenger’s squad after Arsenal brought David Ospina in 2015 and Petr Cech (2015).