French Arsenal star hints at move

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Arsenal right back Barcary Sagna has no plans to leave Arsenal, however the Frenchman’s manager has left the possibility of that changing in the future.

"There is no desire to leave. He is happy at Arsenal,” Sagna’s agent Christophe Mongai said.


But the agent hinted at that sentiment changing should the right move come along, saying: "But you never know what can happen."

Sagna has become an integral part of the Arsenal squad since moving there from Ligue 1 side Auxerre in 2007. The French international has effectively owned the right back position at Arsenal for the last four years, however with Arsenal now lasting six years without a trophy, speculation is growing that a few stars are considering exiting the Emirates for pastures where they are more likely to be winning trophies.

Sagna has on occasion been linked with other clubs, but the 28 year old insists that for now at least, he’s happy at Arsenal.

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