Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has once against stated his desire to end his career at the Emirates Stadium, but says that he needs some clarification surrounding his future.
The Czech Republic ace endured a tough opening few years to his career in North London after his 2006 move, but has matured into a valuable and experienced member of Arsene Wenger’s squad over the course of the past few season.
But, the 33-year-old’s time at the club is far from certain, with his current contract due to expire at the end of the current campaign.
Rosicky maintains that he wants to stay at Arsenal, but says that a decision has not yet been made:
“I would like to carry on but there are a few question marks,” he is quoted by Sky Sports.
“I would say within a few weeks we will know more.
“If it was possible, I would love to end my career at Arsenal, which is something I have said many times before.”
However, the ex-Borussia Dortmund ace went on to reveal that he would consider a return to his homeland or a possible big money last hoorah in the MLS:
“If the day comes and I leave Arsenal, then I will be surely considering a move to play on a different continent.
“I would be tempted to play in the USA. Football has been on the rise there and I’m interested in trying a different style of life.
“By that, I’m not ruling out a return to Sparta Prague, though.”