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The 33-year-old insists he has another three years at the highest level but admits he would prefer to be a manager rather than a goalkeeper coach

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has revealed that he wants to become a manager after his playing career finishes.

The 33-year-old has won four league titles as well as the Champions League during his 11 seasons at Chelsea, and he is now part of Arsene Wenger’s side who are aiming to end their 12-year wait for the Premier League title.

Cech insists he has no immediate plans to retire and suggests he could remain at Arsenal for another three seasons.

“I would like to be a manager, to organise everything in training, see if my philosophy could work and give it to the team,” Cech told Canal+.

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“I know I could be a goalkeeper coach, I feel I am better suited to be a manager.

“I hope I still have another three years performing at the highest level, something that I really enjoy doing.”