Speculation is still rife that the defender will leave the club in the summer.
Rumours that Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna will move to either Paris Saint-Germain or AS Monaco in the summer continue, as his agent refuses to rule out a Ligue 1 transfer.
Sagna has been linked with a return to France as the Gunners prepare a £12million bid for Juventus star Stephan Liechsteiner as his replacement.
The 30-year-old’s agent has refused to rule out a move to either of the super-rich sides in PSG and Monaco and it is looking increasingly likely that the defender will not be at the Emirates come next season.
“He’s contracted to Arsenal and the season is still not over. We’ll see what happens in the summer,” Sagna’s agent Christophe Mongai was quoted on the Sport Review.
These comments come less than a week after the player himself admitted that a move to Paris would interest him.
“Of course it makes me proud to read PSG are interested. They are a very attractive club,” Sagna told Le 10 Sport.
“At Arsenal, in the dressing room they tease me every day telling me I will leave to play at PSG.”
The defender also said that current boss Arsene Wenger would do well at the Parisian club and is maybe hoping that the 63-year-old follows him across the Channel.
Sagna has played 25 league games for Arsenal this season and was in the side that secured Champions League football for next year with a final day win against Newcastle on Sunday.
Since signing for the Gunners for £6million in 2007 the full-back has had a career of highs and lows, although he did make it into the 2007/08 PFA Team of the Year and earned himself a regular position as France’s No.1 right-back.