Cech open to Chelsea talks
Petr Cech has moved to kill speculation about his future by insisting he has no desire to leave Chelsea.
The Czech Republic number one's agent had claimed a top European club was willing to pay £32million for the Stamford Bridge stopper. Cech, however, has said he is determined to see out the remaining two years of his contract and beyond. "Contrary to numerous press stories over the last couple of days, I would like to make it very clear to Chelsea fans that I have no plans to leave the club," he said in a statement. "My sole focus at the moment is next week's Champions League final and then the Euros. "I am very happy at Chelsea. "I still have two years left on my contract and I believe the club will sit down with my representatives at the appropriate time to discuss and extension of my current contract."