Czech midfielder Tomáš Rosický’s agent Petr Paska has told news website aktualne.cz that interest in the player from Greek football club Olympiakos was real although “nothing was decided at this time”. According to some sources, the club is offering three million euros for the Arsenal player; in 2006 the Gunners paid 10 million for the player’s transfer from Dortmund. Rosický’s career with the London club in the past stalled due to a lengthy injury; recently the 34-year-old scored the winner against QPR with his first goal of the season; but he was not on the roster in the club’s next match against West Ham. The transfer window opens in January.
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