ARSENAL hitman Lukas Podolski has admitted he is unsure of his future with the Gunners.

Podolski, who moved to the Emirates in 2012, has spent the majority of his time with the Gunners on the bench.

In an attempt to secure regular first-team football the German international, 29, joined Italian giants Inter Milan on a six-month loan deal in January.

However, his time in Milan has not gone to plan and he has failed to make an impact at the San Siro.

Nerazzuri chief Roberto Mancini revealed last month that the former Bayern Munich forward would return to north London at the end of the season.

But Podolski - who has made 82 appearances for the Gunners - has cast doubt over his future with Arsene Wenger's side by suggesting that he could leave the Emirates this summer.

"I could stay here [in Milan], go back to London or play elsewhere," the German told Sky Sport Italia.

"I cannot confirm anything now. I have a year of my contract with Arsenal left and I have talked to others, I'm open to everything.

"I always try to do more, I train hard and I always want to play but in the end the coach chooses the team. It is important to have goals, and ours is the Europa League.

"It's not easy when you arrive in a new league. I think I am settled now."

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