The agent of Tomas Rosicky appears to have held a discussion with the Arsenal hierarchy about his client.
To stress the fact that this has happened Pavel Paska has immediately run to the first interested media agency and informed them that nothing is really going on, but that something might happen in the future if people can be bothered to have the same inane conversation again.
Speaking to some Czech site, the representative revealed that he had been invited for a chat about the ‘Little Mozart’ (stupid nickname) and that stuff, which may or may not be relevant to anything at all, was discussed.
“It was a good discussion, like it always is with Mr Wenger,” said Paska who hurriedly returned home to Google his name in the hope of finding an Arsenal website which had mentioned him.
“We have outlined our ideas and Arsenal their ideas. We have exchanged some pieces of information and agreed on making the final decision on 15th February.
“Everything is wide open. Naturally, I have talked with Tomas and know his wishes, but until the next talks with Arsenal we will not reveal our cards.
“I would not like to speculate (on Rosicky’s future) but people at Arsenal have hinted that they would be interested in Tomas carrying on there.
“But we will have to wait and see till the middle of February how things unfold.”
Translated it would appear to mean that Rosicky isn’t going anywhere until Arsene takes Tomas for a romantic Valentine’s Day meal and breaks the bad news to him. Perhaps he’s waiting until that date because (a) he can’t really afford to lose more squad members or (b) not many clubs are that interested in attacking midfielders who haven’t scored in two years.
As you can tell – Arseblog News cares little either way. Meh.