The Gunners are keen to convince the Frenchman to stay.
Arsenal are set to reopen talks with manager Arsene Wenger over the possibility of a new £15m contract that will extend the 63-year-old’s stay by two years, according to the Sun.
Wenger’s current deal runs out at the end of the season and with Paris Saint-Germain only having given boss Laurent Blanc a 12-month contract, it’s thought the French champions will swoop for the Gunners man.
However, despite the Frenchman having come under some serious criticism in the past few months – particularly for negotiations in the transfer market – the club are keen to hold onto their man and will tempt Wenger with a £40m budget in January.
At the start of the current season, only free transfers Yaya Sanogo and Mathieu Flamini were new faces at the club (or old faces returning in the case of Flamini) and an opening day defeat at home to Aston Villa saw the fans turn on the dug-out.
Yet since then the north London outfit have won four matches and have a 100% record, qualifying for their 17th straight Champions League tournament and also recording a pleasing victory over rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
This coupled with the arrival of club record signing Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid in a £42.4m deal and suddenly the faithful at the Emirates Stadium are in good spirits once more.
Understandably the club are keen to retain the services of Wenger – who is the longest serving manager in England since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson – and the £40m chief executive Ivan Gazidis will give to the manager is thought to be to try and bring in Liverpool’s Luis Suarez once more.
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