Bacary Sagna will hold talks with Man City after the FA Cup final this month. The Arsenal defender is in the middle of a long-running contract wrangle with the club and he looks certain to leave when his current deal expires in the summer.
Sagna’s advisors have already held talks with various clubs overseas such as Galatasaray, Inter Milan and PSG but transfer regulations don’t allow discussions with clubs in the same country until the end of the season.
The right-back is contemplating all his options before deciding where his future lies. It doesn’t appear to be at Arsenal as the Gunners latest contract offer, which offers £80,000-per-week for three years, falls short of the player’s £100,000-per-week wage demands.
Sources close to the defender claim he will be rejecting this final contract offer from Arsenal and that a meeting will be held between Man City and Sagna after the FA Cup final this month, over a move to the Etihad.
By Charlie Gregory
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