Wojciech Szczesny will return to Arsenal after Euro 2016 after talks broke down with Roma about another loan spell.
The Polish keeper spent last season in Serie A and Roma have expressed an interest in an extended stay, but the Gunners are reportedly unwilling to subsidise his wages for a second season.
The Guardian claims ‘the goalkeeper has two years to run on his Arsenal contract and he is expected to be offered a new one, even if the London club were to loan him again next season’.
Szczesny himself has said: “Arsenal and Roma are talking but I don’t want to worry about it now.
“Whether I’m an Arsenal player or a Roma player right now, it makes no difference to me. I want to focus on this tournament.”