Arsenal will hold make or break contract talks with Bacary Sagna in the near future, which could decide whether or not he stays or goes this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
Despite having been at the Emirates since 2007, Sagna has rejected all offers his club have proposed thus far, and, with his current deal up in the summer, it’s looking increasingly likely that he will depart this year.
It’s believed that the club will sit down with Sagna one more time in order to attempt to reach an agreement concerning his future, with the current deal on the table of £60,000-a-week someway off the three-year contract worth £90,000-a-week that the Frenchman is looking for.
The Mail speculates that the 31-year-old is happy to walk away from Arsenal this summer if they do not offer him what he is asking for and, with the right-back already 31, this may well be the way things play out.
French giants Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are two of the clubs said to be in the race for his services, and their financial power means that Sagna may consider a move back to his home country this summer as the ideal course of action.