Arsenal keeper Petr Cech has decided to bring his outstanding career to a close at the end of the season.
Cech has been one of the best between the posts in the English top flight while representing London rivals Chelsea and Arsenal.
The 36-year-old has made 443 Premier League appearances since he signed for Chelsea in 2004 and holds the record for the highest number of clean sheets, with 202.
During his time in England, Cech has won four Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, one Champions League and one Europa League.
Here, Press Association Sport takes a look at five other great keepers to have graced the Premier League.
The Danish goalkeeper signed for Manchester United in 1991 for just over £500,000 in a deal described by Sir Alex Ferguson as the “bargain of the century.” Schmeichel played for United for eight seasons, captaining them to their 1999 Champions League victory to complete the treble. Schmeichel also scored 10 goals throughout his career, including once in the Premier League, for Aston Villa in the 2001-02 season.
Given played for four Premier League sides, the longest spell was at Newcastle between 1997 and 2009, where he made 354 top-flight appearances. He was part of the Magpies’ FA Cup runners-up teams in 1998 and 1999 and played in the Champions League and UEFA Cup, before his move to Manchester City.
David De Gea
De Gea was signed from Atletico Madrid in 2011 to replace the retiring Edwin Van Der Sar as the then second most expensive keeper in the world, for £18.9m. Since his move to the Premier League, De Gea has made over 300 appearances and won the league title, an FA Cup, a League Cup and the Europa League.
The English goalkeeper spent the best years of his career at Arsenal between 1990 and 2003 and he is also England’s second-most capped goalkeeper, behind Peter Shilton. At Arsenal he won three league titles, four FA Cups and the League Cup.
Edwin Van Der Sar
Van Der Sar holds the record Premier League record for the highest number of consecutive clean sheets from his time at Manchester United, with 14. The Dutch goalkeeper originally arrived in the Premier League with Fulham in 2001 before his move to United in 2005.