Sagna has been speaking to both Galatasaray and Inter.
Bacary Sagna has entered talks with Galatasaray and Inter Milan about a summer move away from Arsenal, according to the Mirror.
The Frenchman’s current deal at the Emirates Stadium expires in the summer and the north London club and Sagna have failed to negotiate a new contract.
That is why the right-back has started thinking about his options and a host of top sides from around Europe have shown interest, but Gala and Inter have always lead the chase.
Sagna wants wages of around £100,000-a-week on a three-year contract, something that the Gunners are unwilling to meet on both counts.
They are only prepared to extend the France international’s current £60,000-a-week deal by two years and the 31-year-old is growing frustrated that the club will not meet his demands.
Sagna is annoyed that despite having shown loyalty to the Premier League side over the past seven years, they are not prepared to reward that with a pay rise.
Manager Arsene Wenger is meanwhile looking at alternatives to the full-back as backup Carl Jenkinson is not considered as adequate cover and is likely to be loaned out next season.
The boss has identified Borussia Dortmund’s Lukasz Piszczek as the ideal replacement, with Calum Chambers of Southampton another on the wishlist.
It finally seems that despite having been a good servant since a 2007 move from Auxerre, Sagna’s time in the English capital is coming to an end.
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