So, After 15 season at Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal, Czech playmaker Tomas Rosicky decided to return to his ex-club Sparta Prague.
Sparta revealed the news on Tuesday. All the details are still unclear but everything will be announced at the news conference later today.
The veteran midfielder Rosicky, whose career with The Gunners was marred by numerous injuries, ended his 10 seasons with the English Premier League side when his final deal expired after the campaign.
Considered one of the most skilful Czech footballers in decades, he spent three campaigns with Sparta before joining Dortmund in 2001 for what was then a record transfer price in the Bundesliga.
The Czech International has performed in 105 games and is yet to pick if he wants to continue with the national side.
The Czech midfielder last performed for his nation at the Euros, and in doing so set a record for his country.
Playing against Spain in their opening match of the season meant that he became the oldest (35 years) footballer to operate for his nation, and also stays as the youngest – set back in 2000.
The Czech International played his last match for Arsenal in their FA Cup victory over Burnley in January, injuring his thigh during the game meaning he was out for the rest of the season.