Gunners outcast admits his dream is to return home.
Lukas Podolski looks to have taken a step closer to the Arsenal exit door after he admitted it is his dream to return home and play for Cologne, according to the Guardian.
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The forward moved to the Gunners from his boyhood German heroes for £11million in 2012, but has fallen out of favour under Arsene Wenger this season.
Reports have recently linked the Germany international with a return back to the Bundesliga in the January transfer window, and it appears that Cologne appears to be his destination of choice.
Speaking to reporters in Germany he said; “I can imagine a transfer to Cologne in the next few years because I’m always attached to the club.
“I have always said that I want to hear this hymn again when walking up the stairs with the number 10 shirt. That’s what I dream about and I hope it comes true again.”
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