Arsenal transfers: Tomas Rosicky ‘not panicking’ about his future

Arsenal transfers: Tomas Rosicky insists that he has no concerns about his future despite limited playing time

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Tomas Rosicky insists that he has no concerns about his Arsenal future – despite not having featured in the league yet this season.

The 33-year-old has only made two brief substitute appearances for the north London club so far this term, in the Community Shield and against Besiktas in the Champions League, but the midfielder is relaxed about his situation at Emirates Stadium.

I’m naturally disappointed not to have been given a chance but not panicking yet

Tomas Rosicky

“The season is yet to get going, the Champions League will begin and it will be a roller-coaster of fixtures,” Rosicky told CTK.

“We will see what the situation looks like in the coming weeks and months, how it develops.

“I’m naturally disappointed not to have been given a chance but not panicking yet.”

Rosicky has made over 220 appearances for Arsenal after joining the Gunners from Borussia Dortmund in 2006.

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