Away from the current transfer window hassles.
We have seen quite a number of a number of Arsenal legends returned to the club to train with the club – these legends have also remained loyal fans of the club.
Tomas Rosicky has reportedly returned to Arsenal as he steps up his recovery from the thigh injury that shattered his Euro 2016 campaign.
Rosicky, 35, joined Arsenal from Borrusia Dortmund in the summer of 2006 but he spent more time on the sideline for Arsenal than on the pitch.
And, despite ending his 10-year career with the Gunners at the end of last season, the midfielder has returned to the club as he works towards his recovery and seek to find another club.
It is understood that he might return to his boyhood club Sparta Prague in a bid to continue his career.
The 35-year-old made close to 250 appearances for Arsene Wenger during his time in north London, helping the club to two FA Cup wins.
Given the nickname ‘The Little Mozart’, because of his ability to pull the strings in midfield, Rosicky was given a warm reception during Arsenal’s last game of the season against Aston Villa, even though he rarely featured in the twilight years of his stint at the Emirates.