Arsenal signed a new goalkeeper this summer, but they will not use it right away. All right. But what is the message that is given? Arsenal had a serious problem with the goalkeeper last year, exacerbating all the other problems they had on the defensive side. Regularly secure Petr Cech was anything but that, struggling to avoid mistakes and probably having his worst season as a pro. David Ospina was never number 1, so he was not given the chance to oust Cech. It was a loss and loss situation caused by a lack of resources. This summer has solved it. At least in theory. Because the Gunners took over £ 19m from Bernd Leno, essentially putting the slap on Cech and saying that what he did was not good enough. Now there are two guardians No. 1 fighting. As many of you know, I was firmly in the "Initial Leno" field. Once lost a job, as Cech did, it makes sense only to make him gain from a role n. 2. But now that we are committed to giving Cech the starting role again, and making it lose to him, I am coming to terms with it. It is the safe choice, and I would have done it anyway, but what is done is done. Further from Pain in the Arsenal. Now my question is this: what does this decision say to Bernd Leno? I have to imagine that when he signed, he was given certain assurances and clauses such that this would always be a possibility. I would not want it to start being unhappy or anything. But he also had to know that the position was open, otherwise why would he make the change? He, like everyone else, wants to start. What the club could tell him is what they should have told Cech – you have to earn it. Although, as Leno is younger and Cech only has a year or more, it makes more sense to make money for German, as he is earning more from the long-term effects if he gains it, rather than Cech. He says that nothing will be given to you, which, of course, is always a good philosophy for living, and one that I hope will be given to all our players. Next: Arsenal vs. Manchester City Predicted Starting XI It will be a fun battle to watch all year. We have options, that's for sure, and this is a damn exciting thing to think about.