Arsenal's search for a new goalkeeper could lead them to soon-to-be relegated QPR ace Julio Cesar. The Brazilian veteran offers the kind of experience and authority Arsenal lack between the posts.
Reports in The Daily Mirror suggest Arsene Wenger will attempt to lure Cesar to North London once QPR's demotion is officially confirmed. Cesar is known to want to stay in England's capital city.
Wenger actually tried to sign Cesar last summer, but only wanted him to backup Wojciech Szczesny. That dynamic might have changed, as the youthful, but inconsistent Szczesny is no longer assured of his place.
The 22-year-old has been benched for fellow Polish 'keeper Lukasz Fabianski. That move came after Szczesny faltered in several high-profile games.
He has regained his place for Arsenal's last two fixtures with Fabianski out injured. Szczesny has kept a pair of clean sheets during his first-team return.