Podolski open minded about leaving the Emirates Stadium this summer.
Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski has refused to rule out a summer move away from the Emirates Stadium.
The German international has enjoyed a decent first season in England, netting 15 goals and adding 10 assists in 39 appearances.
But Podolski is also the most substitued player in Europe and has only completed the full 90 minutes on six ocassions this term.
The £11m signing from Cologne has been surprising linked with a move to Serie A Champions Juventus and the 30-year-old has confessed he is ‘honoured’ by the Old Lady’s interest.
“There are always offers, I don’t have any influence on that,” Podolski told German paper Bild.
“Of course I feel honoured.
“But, the fact is, I have a contract with Arsenal. There’s no reason to leave the club. However, in the football-business a lot of things are conceivable.”
Podolski, whose contract at the Emirates Stadium expires in 2016, has made no secret of his desire to play as a central striker – rather than on the wing – this season but failed to score in the three games in which deputise for the suspended Olivier Giroud this month.
Podolski’s contract in north London expires in 2016.