Tomas Rosicky has been included in Arsenal’s squad for this evening’s visit of Napoli in the Champions League.
The midfielder has been out of action since he suffered a hamstring problem whilst on international duty with the Czech Republic last month.
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Arsenal tightened their grip on a Champions League qualification place with a narrow victory over relegated Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.
Theo Walcott scored the decisive goal after just twenty seconds, the fastest of the season and the Gunners quickest in the Premier League era.
Hamburg goalkeeper Rene Adler appears to be Arsenal’s new number one target after being quoted hefty prices for the other names on their shortlist.
Both Sunderland’s Simon Mignolet and Asmir Begovic of Stoke City have been valued at £15 million, whilst Adler, who has been compared to fellow German and former Gunner Jens Lehman, would reportedly command a fee of around £5 million.
Sunderland’s Simon Mignolet is the latest goalkeeper to be linked with a summer move to the Emirates.
The Express reports that the Gunners will move for the Belgian shot-stopper who has kept nine clean sheets in the Premier League this season.
Arsenal’s search for a new goalkeeper has been the main subject of speculation across the media in the last twenty four hours, with a number of shot-stoppers being strongly linked with a move to the Emirates.
The Telegraph claims that the Gunners are leading the chase for Stoke City’s Asmir Begovic, who would cost a reported £15 million.
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has rejected claims that he could sign for Arsenal in the summer.
The Czech international told Sky Sports that he deemed the rumour unworthy of comment, saying that it was nothing more than speculation.
The Daily Mail have reported that Petr Cech has become a surprise candidate to become Arsenal’s new number one goalkeeper.
The Czech international is latest in a long list of shot stoppers to be named as a possible replacement for Wojciech Szczesny, whose Arsenal future has been questioned following an inconsistent season.