Unai Emery: 'Nacho Monreal back for Chelsea match'

Calls for Leno to be brought in for the visit to Stamford Bridge to take on Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea seem to have been ignored by Emery though, as he's confirmed that Cech will retain his place between the sticks against his former club.

The new Gunners head coach has faced some criticism following Sunday's 2-0 loss to Manchester City - including from Sam Allardyce and club legend Tony Adams, who questioned his tactics in wake of the defeat.

But arguably the most exciting addition came in the form of a new goalkeeper, as German worldwide Bernd Leno joined from Bayer Leverkusen.

The Czech Republic worldwide was handed the gloves for last weekend's season opener against Manchester City, but after a 2-0 defeat questions were raised over his long-term future in the position.

"I am very happy with his [Cech's] performance. [But] if Bernd starts, I believe in him also", Emery told a news conference on Thursday.

"I want to know well the players, I want to know well the man, and then when my idea will be clear, I will make a final decision".

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'They are two goalkeepers who are important for us.

Alexandre Lacazette may not have said anything in public, but he's definitely smarting after being benched for Arsenal's Premier League opener and the forward's been practicing his free-kick skills ahead of Saturday's mammoth clash against Chelsea.

"It's the same, with Bernd Leno". 'Petr Cech can continue to start the match, I believe in him.

Cech, who spent 11 years at Chelsea before joining Arsenal in 2015, almost scored a comical own goal against City as a misplaced pass across his own area went just wide of the post.

The Gunners were deservedly beaten in the Spaniard's first competitive game in charge of the club, ending with 42% possession on home soil.

One problem area for Emery may be solved by the return of Nacho Monreal at left-back. "When you win, when you lose, it must be consistent, you must stay regulated, keep thinking positively every day. The two options we have now are Nacho Monreal and Lichtsteiner to continue in this position", he said.

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