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Tomas Rosicky could be deemed fit to play before the end of this calendar year.

The Czech international has now missed almost half a year of football after suffering a knee injury while on duty with his country during the start of the summer.

However, according to a report from a Prague-based tabloid on Wednesday, the former Dortmund midfielder, who was cleared by a doctor to resume running last week, is now preparing to return to training as early as the beginning of next month.

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Five months after undergoing surgery on his injured right knee, Rosicky is reportedly targeting a comeback by the Christmas period after finding a new specialist in Germany.

Due to his lengthy spell on the sidelines, the 35-year-old is likely to be required to improve his match fitness with the club’s reserves – potentially against West Ham U21 – before being considered for the first team again.

Rosicky, who has been plagued by injuries ever since he sustained a serious hamstring problem in January 2008, was expected to be fit by next Spring at the earliest.

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