Kim Kallstrom reveals Arsenal talks over possible return next season
The Swede played just 159 minutes of football for the club during loan spell
Kim Kallstrom, who played just four matches during his injury-hit loan spell at Arsenal last season, has revealed he has held talks with Gunners' manager Arsene Wenger over a return to the club next season.
The Sweden midfielder joined Arsenal from Spartak Moscow for the remainder of the season on deadline day in January despite a scan showing that he had a back injury, which meant it took three months before he made finally made his debut for the club.
While he played just 159 minutes of football for the club, the 31-year-old says Wenger was happy with his contribution, and discussions have started about next season.
Speaking of the talks with Wenger, Kalllstrom said: "We had a long talk about everything and they were really happy with my work."
When asked if he could see himself returning to the club next season, Kallstrom added: "Yes. We we will see what happens. I had a fantastic time at Arsenal and like their style".
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