Lehmann said: “There is a 50 per cent chance I could retire soon.
“It depends what offers I receive but it is highly unlikely I would join another club in England.
“It troubles me greatly I’m not getting games but that is the only thing I disagree about with Arsene Wenger.
“If the same criteria were applied to Almunia as they are to me, I would have been back in the team a long time ago.
“But I am optimistic. I go into every training session feeling I will soon be back playing.”
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