Arsenal will be told the price of keeping Bacary Sagna when his contract runs out at the end of the season is more than £20million. The 31-year-old has already rejected two offers to stay, the latest a two-year option on the same £60,000-a-week he earns at the moment. Make-or-break talks are in the diary but Sagna wants three years at more than £90,000 a week, plus a £6m signing-on fee to be paid in annual instalments. Sagna is free to discuss a summer move with clubs outside of England, with both Galatasaray and Inter Milan interested in signing him. Arsene Wenger is keen to retain the Frenchman's services, with Carl Jenkinson the only other recognised right-back in his squad.
Sagna demands £20m Arsenal deal as Inter Milan and Galatasaray consider summer swoop
Daily Mail | Mar 17