Arsenal's goalkeeping problem, which recently looked to be solved for the next decade, does not look quite so easy to fix at the moment.
During Wojciech Szczesny's first real spell of admitted poor form during his time as the Gunners' first-choice goalkeeper, he has been benched for compatriot Lukasz Fabianski, forced to apologize for his father's outlandish accusations toward Arsene Wenger (via BBC Sport) amid transfer rumors.
Fabianski is not a long-term solution: He would have left the Emirates last summer if he was not injured and will look for first-team football again this year as he enters his prime years.
That means Arsenal will have to sign a quality goalkeeper to compete with Szczesny for the starting spot,and maybe even push him out of it for a while.
Here's why Petr Cech should be that man.