Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky’s contract situation is being monitored by West Ham.
The Czech Republic skipper, whose current deal expires next summer, has been told to prove his fitness by manager Arsene Wenger and play at least 25 games before a new offer is put on the table.
Rosicky, 33, will have no shortage of suitors if his contract is allowed to run out and West Ham are one of the main clubs keeping an eye on the former Dortmund star’s transfer status.
This season Rosicky has made 11 appearances for the north Londoners but missed the recent 1-0 defeat by Manchester United due to illness.
Rosicky has endured an injury plagued time with the Gunners since joining from Dortmund in 2006 and missed the whole of the 2008/09 season because of a hamstring tendon injury.
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Rosicky is currently the fourth longest-serving player at Emirates Stadium, behind Nicklas Bendtner, About Diaby and Theo Walcott.
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