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Podolski plans Arsenal stay

Lukas Podolski has rejected rumours linking him with a move away from Arsenal this summer.

Last Updated: 26/05/13 at 15:02 Post Comment

Lukas Podolski: No plans to leave Arsenal this summer

Lukas Podolski: No plans to leave Arsenal this summer

Podolski, who only joined the Gunners from Cologne in July, is thought to be attracting interest from Turkish giants Galatasaray.

However, Podolski, who is currently away on international duty with Germany, says he is happy in North London and has no intention to leave the Emirates.

"I feel very comfortable and I am completely satisfied with my first year in England," Podolski told Spox.com.

"I have no intention to leave the club.

"Rumours are rumours and I cannot stop them."

Podolski scored 16 goals for Arsenal in all competitions in his debut season to help them finish in fourth spot in the Premier League.

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