Tomas Rosicky is apparently recovering from the injury he picked up in the Euros in London with Arsenal physios.

The midfielder pulled his hamstring playing against Croatia, ruling him out of the rest of the tournament, and is now said to be recovering in London.

The Czech Republic international is thought to be heading to Sparta Prague – his original club – this summer but his injury has thrown a spanner in the works and apparently they’re waiting on word from him to decide whether it’s worth them continuing their pursuit.

Basically, they’re probably waiting to see if he’ll be out for another entire season because, if he is, they’ll need to look elsewhere.

This isn’t the first time Tomas’ injury woes have prevented him from getting what he wants. Lack of fitness due to constantly being on the sidelines meant he hardly got any game time at Arsenal, which was a shame because he was something special.