If rumors are to be believed, English Premier League club Arsenal are set to lose experienced Czech international Tomas Rosicky, to German club VfL Wolfsburg in the January transfer window.
According to reports, the Bundesliga side is interested in Rosicky, who was once tagged The Little Mozart and a deal could be concluded next month. The player has failed to hold down a regular first team position this season.
Rosicky, whose contract runs till 2014 may not be part of club boss Arsene Wenger's plans to refurbish his squad and it appears that the 31-year-old's time at the Emirates may be at an end. The player has had a rough time with injuries during his time with Arsenal so far and has only made six Premier League starts this season.
Wolfsburg boss, Felix Magath, however, seems to believe in Rosicky and is ready to give him a chance to return and form a major part of his rebuilding process.
A Sportsvibe.co.uk report suggests a fee in the region of €5 million will be enough.
Tomas Rosicky, who was brought from German side Borussia Dortmund in 2006, to replace Frenchman Robert Pires, was known, in his prime, for his ability to orchestrate the midfield. Wenger described him as a player with remarkable vision and first touch.
Rosicky has made 138 appearances for Arsenal so far and has scored 17 times.