Petr Cech

It seems odd to say that about a goalkeeper who has been in the top two in the league for save percentage in each of the last two seasons (first in 2015/16, second behind Hugo Lloris in 2016/17, via WhoScored) but Cech is one of Arsenal's few genuine weak links this season.
Last season, Arsenal were good for long periods without ever fully hitting top gear and challenging Chelsea. This time round though, Wenger is nicely perched at the top of the table, level on points with City, while his arch-nemesis Jose Mourinho is wallowing in the depths of footballing despair, a familiar foe walking on dangerously thin ice...
Transfer silly-season is still rolling on, but many Premier League teams have done their business early in the quest to improve for the coming campaign... Here are five summer signings who will have a significant impact on the destination of next season's Premier League trophy.
The subject of David de Gea's future will continue to dominate the news headlines for weeks and months, until he either decides to sign a new long term contract at Manchester United, or trade everything in for a Spanish homecoming to Real Madrid.
Iker Casillas was back on the bench for Spain on Sunday night and Petr Čech could find himself in the same spot when Chelsea
Petr Čech could lose his place in the Chelsea team for the first time in 10 years tonight but the goalkeeper hasn't lost
Reina quite clearly could have had a part to play at Anfield in the upcoming campaign had Rodgers opted against selling him. Every great team needs quality personnel in all positions and the goalkeeper is no different. Mignolet did not miss a minute for Liverpool in the Premier League last season, but what's to say he will not pick up an injury on the first day after the transfer window closes?
Luis Suárez received the PFA Player of the Year and was one of three Liverpool players named in the Premier League team of
Chelsea manager José Mourinho is considering surrendering the Barclays Premier League title to Liverpool by fielding a weakened
Chelsea could put the spring in Springfield after they announced a deal with iconic TV series The Simpsons. Twentieth Century