Cedric Soares sets out transfer window plan after leaving Arsenal

Cedric Soares is assessing his options after his contract expired with Arsenal.

The right-back, who had been with the Gunners since 2020, is now a free agent and keen to secure a move this summer.

Cedric had slipped down the pecking order at Arsenal recently, making only a handful of appearances during the recent campaign, but he featured regularly during the early days of Mikel Arteta’s tenure.

The 32-year-old has admitted it was an “incredible feeling” to play for the Gunners, but he is now looking to the future.

“Right now, I’m very focused on my career, I want to keep playing for many more years,” he told the 1 Para 1 Podcast.

“My goal now is to find the the right team where I can continue to be competitive, be on the field, and do what I love most.

“Now, it’s about getting together with the family, my agent, analysing what will be on the table for next season.

“Everything is a bit up in the air, I don’t have any certainties yet, but I will analyse, understand where the best solution for me to continue my career is. That’s what I am going to focus on.

“Arsenal have been growing year after year. There is that connection with the fans, which might be closer than ever before, and that sometimes makes a difference.

“Playing for a big club in England, a club like Arsenal, is fascinating, it’s an incredible feeling. Wherever you go in the world, there are Arsenal fans.”