Sparta Prague are keen on re-signing Tomas Rosicky from Arsenal this summer after what seem like an unpleasant remark from the Czech Republic midfielder.
The creative midfielder spent three years at his hometown club before joining Borussia Dortmund in 2001 and then Arsenal in 2006.
Despite signing a one-year contract extension with the Gunners as recently as May, Rosicky has stated he is unhappy sitting on the bench at Emirates Stadium, hinting he still could move this summer.
And Sparta majority shareholder Daniel Kretinsky insists the club would jump at the chance to take the 34-year-old back to the club where he started his career.
“I’d love him to come and for it to happen soon,” he told local press in Prague.
“But I don’t want to put uncomfortable pressure on Tomas. It’s up to him, I understand that leaving Arsenal is up to him”
Rosicky who was nicknamed “the little Mozart” for his ability to orchestrate the midfield has 170 appearances to his name and 19 goals to his credit.
With the consistency of Mesut Ozil, Carzola and Jack Wilshere, it seem harder for the player to tie down a shirt.