Sagna would listen to offers from PSG and Monaco.
Arsenal full-back Bacary Sagna has added further evidence to the speculation that he is returning to play in France, but insists only Paris Saint-Germain or AS Monaco would tempt him.
Sagna has been constantly linked with a return to Ligue 1, having spent six years at the Emirates Stadium since his £7m move to the Gunners from Auxerre.
“It’s possible that I will return to France,” the 30-year-old was quoted in the Daily Star.
“Just two clubs could get me to come back, PSG or Monaco.
“I’d have to see what conditions they offer, both financially and from a playing point of view. I won’t leave just to join any club.”
The right-back’s current contract with Arsenal runs out in 2014 and despite negotiations to try and get the Frenchman to sign a new deal, no agreement has been reached.
Therefore if Arsene Wenger does not sell Sagna this summer he will risk losing the defender on a free transfer the following year – a scenario the 63-year-old faced 12 months ago with Robin Van Persie.
The France international made 31 appearances for the Gunners in all competitions in 2012/13, including the club’s crucial final day victory against Newcastle United, which ensured the north London side finished in the top four ahead of fierce rivals Tottenham.
Sagna has been a regular feature in the starting XI for Arsenal since his 2007 move and has also become the French national team’s No.1 right-back during his time at the Emirates.