Divisive Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is once again risking his future at the club having been snapped smoking a cigarette in public while on international duty with Poland, The Sun reports.
Szczesny has already enraged Arsenal fans and management with his habits after being reprimanded for lighting up in the dressing room following his side’s disastrous 2-2 draw with Leicester City on New Year’s Day.
The 25-year-old landed himself a fine for the indiscretion and was subsequently dropped for the remainder of the season in favour of Colombian international David Ospina.
However, he managed to keep his place in the starting XI for the club’s FA Cup run, which ended with them lifting the trophy last weekend with a comprehensive win over Aston Villa.
Szczesny still insists that he has a future at the club, but this latest incident could prompt Arsene Wenger to make a harder push to sign Chelsea’s Petr Cech, having no doubt warned the Pole about his smoking.