The Frenchman could leave the club on a free in the summer.
Bacary Sagna is to have one last set of talks with Arsenal over a new contract as the club desperately try to tie the right-back down to a new deal, reports the Mirror.
The Frenchman’s current agreement at the Emirates Stadium expires in the summer and several meetings have been held to discuss extending that.
However, whilst Sagna wants wages of around £100,000-a-week and a three-year contract, the Gunners are not prepared to pay that much and will only offer two years.
It means the 31-year-old can start discussing terms with other clubs and Inter Milan have made the first move with sporting director Piero Ausilio having approached the defender’s representatives.
AS Monaco and Galatasaray are also in the hunt, as are a host of clubs from the Middle East – who would be prepared to pay Sagna extremely high wages.
The France international arrived in north London in the summer of 2007 from Auxerre in the full-back’s home nation and has since made 273 appearances in all competitions.
This season has been one of Sagna’s best since joining the north London club and he has helped them become much more solid in defence.
Many fans would be disappointed to see the defensive star leave the Emirates and backup Carl Jenkinson is not yet capable to fill the position on a permanent basis.
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