Bacary Sagna will not be leaving Arsenal, despite interest from Roma and Juventus, his agent says.
"Bacary is very, very happy in London and I think it is very unlikely he'll leave Arsenal in the next summer,” Christophe Mongai told calciomercatoweb.it.
"In football nothing is impossible, but, again, it is really very complicated that the player could move.
"He is very well and has found an ideal dimension [at Arsenal]."
Sagna has attracted interest both in England and abroad after his classy performances for Arsenal during the season. But Sagna’s agent insists he is settled at the London club, which he moved to in 2007 from French outfit Auxerre.
Speculation was growing last month that Sagna might make a move, with Arsenal looking to go six straight seasons without a title. But Mongai insists that Sagna's stance hasn't changed.
"There is no desire to leave. He is happy at Arsenal,” the agent said.