Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has been ruled out for the rest of Euro 2016 with a thigh injury.
BBC has reported that the Czech Republic international suffered and injury during Friday’s 2-2 draw with Croatia. The national team doctor has stated that Rosicky will play no further part in France.
Czech Republic take on Turkey in their next Euro 2016 encounter on Tuesday, and a win could see them secure second and a spot in the knockout stage on goal difference.
Turkey still have the chance to qualify to the next round as one of four best third placed sides, if they record a win over the Czech and other result go in their favour.
Rosicky’s contract with Arsenal expires at the end of the month and the North London based club have confirmed that they will not be offering the experinced midfielder a new deal.
The 35-year-old made 20 appearances for Arsenal in a season hampered by injuries.