Arsenal transfer news: Petr Cech can move in summer; Kystian Bielik imminent, Tino Susic no-go

All the latest transfer news and gossip from The Emirates this morning.

Arsenal are ready to wait until the summer to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech. The Czech international stopper has lost his place as Chelsea's number one stopper to Belgian Thibaut Courtois and is keen on an exit from his beloved Chelsea.

However, Jose Mourinho will not sell him until the summer, when he is said ready to let the player pick his next destination.

Liverpool and AS Roma are also keen on the experienced custodian.

Arsenal are looking for a new keeper after the recent controversy surrounding number one Wojciech Szczesny.

Polish youngster Krystian Bielik has confirmed he is Arsenal bound, just as soon as his club Legia Warsaw agree a fee with Arsenal.

"I've made a decision [to join Arsenal] and I'm not going to change it. I am looking forward to an agreement between the heads of the clubs. I realise that the negotiations may take some time. I am, however, confident it will happen soon."

The 16-year-old has agreed personal terms and undergone a tour of Arsenal's facilities and Legia will not stand in the way of his exit.

However, they wish to be fairly compensated for his departure and view the current £1.6 million bid as paltry.

Reported Arsenal target Tino-Sven Susic is in advanced talks to sign for Inter Milan. The Bosnian international, who currently plies his trade in Croatia with Hajduk Split, has been interesting the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Sevilla in recent weeks.

Inter are expected to seal a 'first option' deal on Susic later today. They will spend €1 million on insuring his services in the summer, after a full fee is arranged with Hajduk.

It comes at the request of Inter director Pierro Ausillio and it certainly makes Inter the favourites to sign him.

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