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The Premier League confirms Arsenal have released three players ahead of next season


Arsenal midfielders Mathieu Flamini, Tomas Rosicky and Mikel Arteta have been officially released by the club, the Premier League has confirmed.

According to reports in England, the Spaniard will hang up his boots but 35-year-old Rosicky is determined to play at least for one more season.

Last month, the Czech international confirmed that he is finally back to full fitness and looking forward to doing well at Euro 2016.

"Yes, I'm fit," Rosicky told the Times.

"I played a couple of games for the Arsenal Under-21s so I feel quite alright.

"At the moment I'm not thinking about retiring, I want to focus on the Euros and go from there.

"We [the Czechs] will be very uncomfortable for every opponent, the group is difficult but we are the type of team who have a good shape and we fight for each other. They are tournament attributes which you can use very well."

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