Gunners defender says teammates believe he will leave the Emirates Stadium this summer.
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has admitted he is open to a summer switch to PSG but says he has not been in contact with the Ligue 1 giants.
The 30-year-old right-back is out of contract at the Emirates Stadium in summer 2014 and has reached stalemate in talks with the club.
PSG have been linked with the France international and Sagna has admitted that his teammates believe he will return to his homeland this summer.
“I have not been contacted personally by the PSG, but I would not close the door. Neither Paris nor Monaco nor Arsenal,” Sagna is quoted as saying by Goal.com.
“Everyday Arsenal players ask me about Paris. They joke with me by saying ‘you next year anyway you are no longer with us, you will be in Paris’ I told them they are only rumours, speculation is what you read in the newspapers.
“Ultimately, I do not know anything, and nobody knows what will happen in the future.”
Reports in Saturday’s Daily Mirror claimed that Sagna had performed a dramatic u-turn and was preparing to reject PSG in order to remain at Arsenal.
But the latest comments by the former Auxerre defender appear to suggest that a move to the Ligue 1 champions-elect is still on the cards.