Arsenal could allow veteran duo Tomas Rosicky and Mathieu Flamini to leave on free transfers during the summer, according to reports.
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Arsene Wenger will reportedly hold talks with both Rosicky and Flamini over their respective futures after both players faced limited playing opportunities this season.
According to The Mirror, Rosicky has interest from former club Sparta Prague and could leave on a free transfer after spending nine years at the north London club.
Flamini is also believed to be on his way out of the the Emirates after struggling for minutes in his second stint at the club following his five-year stay at Serie A giants AC Milan.
According to the report, Spanish midfielder Mikel Arteta has already signed a new one-year contract, but Arsenal have yet to officially announce the deal.
34-year-old Rosicky has made just 14 Premier League appearances this season, scoring two goals.
Flamini, 31, has made 22 appearances, scoring one goal and creating one assist.