Arsenal star Tomas Rosicky has shared doubts over his future at the club after admitting that he finds it difficult being stuck on the bench, reports the Daily Express.
The Czech Republic international has made just 15 appearances for the Gunners this season, after playing a far larger part in proceedings in previous campaigns – at least when fit. It also doesn’t look like the 34-year-old will be winning his place back in the side any time soon. Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott, Aaron Ramsey, and Santi Cazorla are all ahead of Rosicky to play in the attacking midfield positions.
Former club Sparta Prague are interested in re-signing the midfielder, who is certainly still good enough to make a difference at the highest level but there could also be interest coming from other areas now that the Czech has admitted that he may leave.
He said: “I can’t tell you anything at the moment. When the season finishes, we’ll see if I will continue for another season. I would rather not talk about it at the moment. Being on the bench is difficult – every player wants to be involved.
“When you’re not getting the games you want or if you are not even part of it, it’s difficult for every player.”
Arsenal may not mind the dynamic midfielder leaving given their current glut of talent in the position. They may even add more talent to the middle of the park over the summer transfer window.