The future of Czech midfielder Tomas Rosicky has been called into question after the Arsenal player’s agent arrived in London for talks with Arsenal executives, Sky
Rosicky has started just five games this season for the Gunners and is becoming increasingly frustrated with his lack of first-team opportunities. The summer signing of Mikel Arteta, coupled with the emergence of young talents such as Aaron Ramsey and the injured Jack Wilshere, have left the Czech international in the shadows at the Emirates Stadium. Rosicky is out of contract at the end of the season and Paska’s negotiations will determine whether the midfielder signs an extension or makes a free transfer out of the club.
Fulham and German side Wolfsburg have been linked with the 31 year old, but Paska insists those moves are speculation at the moment and he has not received any serious enquiries. Rosicky has been at Arsenal since 2006 following a move from Borussia Dortmund, but has not reached the expected heights in a Gunners shirt.
Paska said: ‘I am now going to have a meeting with Arsen Wenger but won’t comment on anything before that. I don’t like to give any prognosis to the press. I react on facts and that means I will express myself only when we know the result of this meeting.’
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