Transfer News — 19 January 2012

Tomas RosickyAccording to British tabloid, Daily Express, Fulham are interested in Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky (31). Should they decide to sign the Czech international they will make an offer to Arsenal in the coming days. Rosicky would be a great coup for Fulham as he would bring in a lot of quality and experience to the current squad. Fulham have also been linked to WBA striker, Peter Odemwingie, to replace unsettled Bobby Zamora but WBA replied back saying that the Nigerian striker isn’t on sale.

Tomas Rosicky kick started his career at native club Sparta Prague. In 2001 he moved to Germany to sign for Borussia Dortmund for a fee of 14.5 million euros. He spent five wonderful years at Borussia Dortmund during which fans adored him. He was nicknamed as “The Little Mozart” for his ability to orchestrate play on the pitch. In 2006 he moved on to English side Arsenal. His stay at Arsenal was hampered by injuries. Rosicky is an experienced Czech Republic international as he played 85 times and scored 20 times for his country. He is still considered as an important player for the national team.


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