Lukasz Fabianski has played down links Bundesliga clubs as papertalk and made clear it’s not a foregone conclusion that he’ll be leaving Arsenal this summer.
The 28-year-old , who signed for the Gunners from Legia Warsaw back in 2007, is out of contract at the end of the season and has repeatedly made clear that he wants to play regular first team football.
Called up by Poland for this week’s international with Scotland, the first time he’s been involved on the international scene in quite some time, Fabianski gave a brief interview to Eurosport.
“Nothing is a foregone conclusion,” said the goalkeeper on the subject of his future.
“My goal is to play in the first team and I want to make this happen, whether it’s at Arsenal or at some other club, I do not know yet.”
“The offers from Germany I’ve only read about in the media. I do not have any concrete offers.”
Asked whether he’s frustrated about Wenger’s decision to play him so rarely he added, “He’s the coach, it’s his right.”