The Poland worldwide spent the last two seasons on loan at Roma, making 81 appearances and made some convincing display under the bar which reportedly caught the eye of Juventus who are now ready to offer him a £70k-per week contract.
Arsenal now need to up their search for a decent back-up to their regular keeper Petr Cech, as not only is Szczesny set to be leaving north London, but Colombian Davvid Ospina is reportedly in line for a move to Turkish club Fenerbahce.
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Szczesny lost his place in the Arsenal team after he was caught smoking in the showers after their loss to Southampton in January 2015.
Szczesny has only a year left on his Gunners contract, and an exit has emerged as the suitable option as it would benefit both the player as well as the club.
Szczesny played in every one of Roma's Serie A games last season and finished the campaign with 14 clean sheets.
Capped 28 times by Poland, he is expected to act as backup at Juventus for Italy's number one goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon.