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Wenger: Tomas Rosicky will stay at Arsenal

11:35 10 January 2014

Tomas Rosicky. Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

Tomas Rosicky. Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

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Tomas Rosicky will be offered a contract extension past the end of the season, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed.

The 33-year-old Czech playmaker has impressed in his preferred role, linking defence and attack.

“Tomas Rosicky will stay here at the end of the season. He is a marvellous player and contributes well to the team,” said the Arsenal boss.

“He is certainly a typical Arsenal player in the way that he is mobile, technically sound and team orientates, so he is a fantastic football player.”

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