Czech star midfielder Tomáš Rosický has denied any knowledge of reports linking him to a possible to move to his former club Borussia Dortmund. The player left for Arsenal in 2006 but struggled with injuries in recent years. According to the Daily Mail’s MailOnline, the player had also attracted the attention of Hamburg and Cologne. Rosický’s agent Pavel Paška admitted there has been an interest in the player but stressed the midfielder’s priority was to remain with the Gunners. The 29-year-old Rosický signed a new long-term deal with Arsenal at the beginning of this year.
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