Besiktas target Petr Cech admits it will be 'emotionally difficult' to leave Chelsea

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has stated that it will be emotionally difficult to leave the Blues but that he could be forced to in search of regular first team football.

“I want to play every week. I would like to join a club where I am a regular,” Cech was quoted as saying by Eurosport.

“During the holidays, I will sit down and make a decision.

“It will be emotionally difficult to leave Chelsea but these things happen in football.”

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Cech has been closely linked with rival Premier League club Arsenal but Chelsea boss has been trying to convince the experienced keeper not to join another English side.

“So for me, decision number one: Petr will stay. After that, second point to go but not in England. The option I don’t want is for him to go to an English club,” Mourinho was quoted as saying Sky Sports.

The Czech Republic international has made 493 appearances for the Blues and won four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups, a Champions League, a Europa League and a UEFA Super Cup at the club.

Beşiktaş are interested in Cech according football agent Mithat Hali who has ties to Sport Invest International, the company which represent the Chelsea keeper.

“If Cech does become available Beşiktaş would become a potential destination for Beşiktaş and I would support such a move.” Halis told Radyospor.

Chelsea have built strong ties with Beşiktaş recently, Demba Ba and Gökhan Töre are former Blues players.