Arsenal star wanted by UEFA Champions League regulars for summer transfer, though Arsene Wenger is likely to be highly reluctant to sell.
Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky is wanted by Greek Superleague champions Olympiacos, according to talkSPORT.
The Czech Republic international, who has 91 caps and 20 goals for his country and now captains the side, was a vital part of the Gunners’ late season push for the top four in the Premier League.
Arsenal famously overcame a seven point advantage held by Tottenham Hotspur with eight wins from their final ten matches to steal fourth place from under the noses of their north London rivals.
Rosicky contributed hugely during that run, providing balance, poise and dynamism to the Arsenal midfield, as well as the two goals required to beat West Bromwich Albion, and an assist in the man of the match display against Manchester United.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger would therefore be loathe to sell him, with the Premier League’s longest serving manager stating in April that he wanted Rosicky to end his career with the north London side.
“Every year he gives us a push at the end of the season,” said Wenger to the Daily Mail.
“I hope he finishes his career with us. I rate him that highly.”
With Olympiacos only set to commit £2 million to the transfer, Arsenal may be better off retaining Rosicky’s services until he retires.