Cech has announced his decision to retire from playing at the end of the season, and he'll reportedly be returning to his old club:
The 37-year-old took to Twitter following the reports:
Cech made 494 appearances for Chelsea in 11 seasons with the club before he left for Arsenal in 2015.
During his time at Stamford Bridge, he won four Premier League titles and as many FA Cups, three League Cups and the UEFA Champions League and Europa League once apiece.
The stopper has been behind Bernd Leno, who arrived last summer, in the pecking order at Arsenal this season, but he has been their No. 1 choice in the knockout phase of the Europa League.
Football.London's James Benge has no qualms about Cech playing against Chelsea in the final on May 29 even if he might join them this summer:
Nor would Goal's Charles Watts, though he would personally opt for Leno:
It leaves manager Unai Emery with a dilemma for the showpiece.
Having utilised Cech throughout the knockout phase, it could be somewhat harsh to drop him for the final and what would be the last game of his excellent career.
On the other hand, Leno has leapfrogged Cech in the pecking order because the veteran is well past his prime, so using the German will give the Gunners a better chance of lifting the trophy and securing Champions League football for next season.