Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has revealed that he doesn't know where he will be playing his football next season as his future at the club is still un-decided, but insists that he will give his all for Arsenal in the last two games of the season.

Sagna and the club have been refusing to talk about the Frenchman’s future for several months now and it doesn’t look like it will be solved any time soon.

Arsenal are only willing to offer the right-back a one-year contract extension at the club without giving him a pay-rise, but the player himself wants a longer contract and also wants a pay-rise.

The club and the player's representatives have not spoken about a new contract since late last year as they cannot seem to come to terms and this has sparked on-going debate about his future.

The reason behind Arsenal not wanting to offer the 30-year-old a longer contract is because of his injury past. The right back has suffered two broken legs in the last 18-months and that is a worry for the Gunners.

The improvement in youngster Carl Jenkinson is also a reason behind the club not making Sagna a priority and the Frenchman hasn't helped himself either by refusing to rule out a possible move to Paris Saint Germain in the summer.

 "I've always worked hard for the club in which I have to play," he told 

"Right now though, I do not know what will happen.

"Personally, PSG has never contacted me, but I do not close any doors. I could very well continue at Arsenal or go elsewhere.

"Nobody knows what will happen in the future. Monaco? I read about that too, but I have no news. 

"I will finish the season and then we'll see. I don't close the door or PSG, or to Monaco or Arsenal."

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