Petr Cech will be hanging up his gloves at the end of the season and it seems the shot-stopper will be taking up coaching next.
Right now, the Czech keeper has been getting his coaching badges and during the summer he is expected to take up the role of a goalkeeping coach.
Petr Cech left Chelsea in 2015 after spending 11 years with the Blues and immediately after he went on to join the Gunners.
With Chelsea, the 36-year-old had won four Premier Leagues, four FA Cups and one Champions League but with the Emirates outfit, the shot-stopper has managed to win only a single FA Cup.
Reports claim that Chelsea want to bring him back to the club either a goalkeeping coach or as a club ambassador.
But right now, Petr Cech only seems to be focused on playing for Arsenal and rumours have it that the keeper will only make a decision once the current season comes to an end.
Cech started the 2018-19 as the number one keeper for Unai Emery but after a couple of months, the Czech lost his place to summer signing Bernd Leno.
Right now, Petr Cech is the Europa League keeper for Arsenal and given that the Gunners are still in that tournament, the 36-year-old might still have to play a couple of more games before saying goodbye to professional football.