Tomas Rosicky has conceded that he must leave Arsenal this summer if he wants to play regular football, and has received offers from the MLS and boyhood club Sparta Prague.
The Czech international has spent much of the current campaign on the sidelines through injury, and seems to have accepted that his career in the Premier League is over.
According to the Daily Star, Rosicky has received two offers from the MLS, and is considering the possibility of following Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard in the summer to America.
However, the reports claim that the 34-year-old is anxious that travelling from the US might affect his involvement in the Euro 2016 competition, and as a result is skeptic over a transfer.
It appears more likely that the attacking midfielder will make a return to Sparta Prague, and a spokesperson from the club, Ondrej Kasik, has revealed that he would be welcomed back, but it is down to the player himself to make a decision.
“The comeback of Tomas Rosicky is always an interesting issue at Sparta. Everything depends on Tomas himself.”
Meanwhile, Rosicky’s agent Pavel Paska is refusing to give anything away on his client’s future.
“Everything is in progress and we cannot say anything in the moment.”