The Germany attacker’s representative has suggested he could return to the Premier League once his loan deal expires at the end of the season
Lukas Podolski’s agent has talked up the possibility of a return to Arsenal or a potential move to Turkey when the forward’s loan at Inter comes to an end.
The Germany international has yet to find the net for Inter since joining from Arsenal on a deal until the end of the season in January and there is no agreement in place for him to move to San Siro on a permanent basis.
“Anything could happen,” Podolski’s representative Ali Pektas told Fanatik.
“For the moment he’s on loan at Inter, and when it ends at the end of the season he could return to Arsenal, where he still has a year on his contract.
“With regard to his future, all I can say is that anything could happen, even a transfer to Turkey. Why not?
“Last summer he could have moved to Galatasaray, but it never materialised. Every summer Lukas and I go on holiday to Turkey.
“He appreciates it [Turkish football] a lot, and he wants to keep playing at a high level.”
Podolski has made nine appearances for Inter so far, but has yet to find the net for the Giuseppe Meazza outfit.
The 29-year-old’s contract with Arsenal runs until June 2016.