Lukas Podolski has agains expressed his disenchantment with life at Arsenal right now, hinted at a January move, and suggested that if people want a better explanation as to what’s going on they should ask Arsene Wenger.
The German international was speaking at a press conference ahead of the national side’s European Championship qualifier against the mighty Gibralatar, and was asked about his bit-part role season.
“Of course I am not happy with my situation right now,” he said. “I can’t be satisfied with that. It is hard when you can’t do what you love.
He rejected a suggestion that his form was the issue, saying, “If you only come in for 8 or 10 minutes it is hard to get into the game. If you can’t play then you can’t say he’s not playing well or he has a crisis if you’re not given the chance.”
Pressed as to why he thought he’d been sidelined, a fed up sounding Podolski replied, “I don’t know why that is, you’d have to ask my coach in England.”
And with more links to Galatasaray, he suggested, not for the first time, that’d he’d be open to a move when the transfer window opens.
“We’ll see what happens in January.”
Thanks to @SanBorussia for the quotes