With Juventus's number one expected to retire at the end of the upcoming season, Szczesny is likely to take over from the veteran at the Serie A outfit.
The Italian giants, who won their 33rd top-flight title a matter of months ago, confirmed on their official Twitter page that the Arsenal keeper has touched down in Turin.
👍 Look who's just landed! pic.twitter.com/EMVXOo0hTp— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) July 18, 2017
Szczesny, who joined Arsenal's academy in 2006, spent the last two years on loan at Roma.