Arsenal star to begin contract talks

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Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has had his Gunners future thrown into doubt after his agent revealed talks were about to start.


The Czezh Republic international has been a bit part player under Arsene Wenger since he returned from a series of long term injuries.


His contract at Emirates Stadium runs out at the end of the season, which has reportedly sparked the interest of Fulham and Bundesliga side Wolfsburg, according to Sky Sports, by his agent has denied it.


“Fulham is just press speculation,” Pavel Paska is quoted as saying on Sky Sports.


“I am now going to have a meeting with Arsene Wenger but won't comment on anything before that. I don't like to give any prognosis to the press.


“I react on facts and that means I will express myself only when we know the result of this meeting.”


The 31-year-old has been consistently dogged by long-term injuries since he arrived at Arsenal from Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund in 2006.


His early years at the club were relatively successful and he was an integral part of the team.


However, a troublesome hamstring injury kept him out of action for eighteen months, missing the whole of the 2008-09 season.


It was only until last year that he managed to stay relatively injury free for a significant period, but he had since lost his place in the team.


The could be the crucial factor in any possible deal, as it now appears he is behind Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta in the pecking order for his position.

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