The Gunners are thinking of bringing Kallstrom back to the Emirates.
Despite failing to impress during a loan spell in 2014, Arsenal are considering re-signing Spartak Moscow midfielder Kim Kallstrom, according to the Mirror.
The Swede joined the Gunners on deadline day in the January transfer window, but had to wait six weeks for his debut due to a back injury.
In total Kallstrom played four matches in all competitions and failed to really impress fans or pundits, yet manager Arsene Wenger is clearly an admirer of the 31-year-old.
“We [the player and the club] had a long talk about everything,” the Sweden international said.
“They were really happy with my work.
“Yes [I could see myself returning]. We we will see what happens. I had a fantastic time at Arsenal and like their style.”
It’s widely regarded that Wenger needs midfield support at the Emirates Stadium, with a defensively minded player likely to be brought in to allow Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere more freedom.
Whilst Kallstrom can play in that role – as well as further up the field – whether or not the Spartak star is what is required is debatable.
The midfield ace has had a varied career, starring in his home nation before heading to France and then Russia and has 108 international caps to date.
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