Frenchman has one more year left on his deal at the Emirates.
Lyon head coach Remi Garde believes that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will see out his current contract with the north London club, reports takSPORT.co.uk.
Speculation has been rife of late suggesting that the Frenchman will finally end his long association with the Gunners at the end of the season to join big-spending Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain.
However Garde, who played under Wenger at Arsenal for three years in the late Nineties, does not think that his compatriot will break his current contract at the Emirates to move to the French capital this summer.
Wenger, 63, has a deal in place in London that runs until next year and has always insisted that he will not break his contract after 17 years at Arsenal, during which time he has guided the Premier League club to three titles, four FA Cups, including two doubles, as well as appearances in the final of both the Uefa Champions and the Uefa Cup.
“I have no information. It’s been a few years since I worked under him,” Garde told RMC.
“Maybe his experience has changed his principles, but I tend to think he will end his contract with the Gunners.
“When he arrived at Arsenal the situation was not easy. There were major British stars, sacred personalities. But I think he is quite capable of handling PSG, if it should happen.”