Thursday, April 27, 2017

Sagna nears Arsenal exit

Daily Mirror is reporting that Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna looks increasingly likely to leave the Gunners at the end of the season.

The Frenchman will be a free agent in the summer unless he signs a new deal at the Emirates, and he is currently in talks over a contract extension.

And even if Arsenal have made a real effort to keep hold of the experienced defender by offering him a new two-year contract, Sagna reportedly wants a three-year deal, which has seen the negotiations hit a standstill.

Arsene Wenger is still hoping he can persuade his compatriot to extend his stay at the Emirates, but everything suggests the 30-year-old will be leaving North London at the end of the current campaign.

Arsenal are enjoying their most successful season in recent years seeing as how they currently lead the chase in English Premier League, and are priced at 7/2 to lift the coveted title.

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Michael Hunter-Bathory
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Michael Hunter-Bathory

Just in case Sagna leaves, Ahmedov can come in and take his spot if necessary. Hopefully.

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I don’t want Sagna leaving, and I do want Ahmedov in Arsenal.

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