Podolski happy at Arsenal

Lukas Podolski insists he is happy at Arsenal despite speculation linking him with a move away from the club.

Last Updated: 25/03/13 at 14:17 Post Comment

Lukas Podolski: Rejects talk of a move away

Lukas Podolski: Rejects talk of a move away

The Germany international, who arrived last summer, has been linked with Juventus and Atletico Madrid but insists he will not be moving away from the Emirates Stadium.

"I want to say two things," he said. "Firstly, I cannot help it that clubs are interested in me. And there are always people behind the scenes who want to float something in this business.

"Secondly, any interest makes me proud because it is a recognition of my performance in London. It is unlikely [that I will leave] because, at the club and in the town, I feel really comfortable.

"As a player you have peace and quiet. I appreciate that very much. Therefore, I can honestly say: I am not preparing for any change."


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ow is the time for Allardyce to finally get a chance at a big club please. He is likely to have a number of great offers for his services this summer, but who will he choose? Will it be Liverpool, Real Madrid, Dortmund or Man City?

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thought exactly this when the Match of the Day pundits were peddling this line. Is it really not okay for fans of a club to have some ambition these days then?

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ow magnanimous off him - to leave if he's asked to by the owners? What's the alternative, bunker down in his office claiming squatter's rights if FSG want rid?

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