Arsenal veteran Tomas Rosicky could have played his final game with the club after learning that reports over his latest injury are worse than initially feared, according to The Sun.
The Czech midfielder has been ruled out for another month following an injury during the weekend meeting with Burnley after recently returning from a long term lay off.
After missing for seven months, manager Arsene Wenger had been hoping to have ‘Little Mozart’ back for the title run in, but now the report claims that his injury could be worse than first thought, and shockingly, he may never kick a ball for the club again.
The 35-year-old is out of contract at the Emirates, and based on these latest developments it is highly unlikely that he will be offered a new deal to extend his stay.
However, the report doesn’t state how long this latest setback will keep Rosicky out for, but it doesn’t seem likely that he will make an appearance again this term.
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