Arsenal full back Bacary Sagna is set for a final round of contract negotiations in an attempt to settle his Gunners future once and for all, the Daily
The French international has already turned two offers down from the club and the impending negotiations are said to be make or break in deciding his future.
If an agreement cannot be reached, the 31 year old will be leaving the Emirates Stadium when his current deal expires in the summer on a free transfer, something the club will want to avoid.
The Daily Mail understand that Sagna is looking for a three year deal thought to be worth at least £90,000 a week, but Arsenal have already seen the contract rebel reject offers of a two year deal matching his current £60,000 a week salary.
If the right back were to leave the North London club, it is thought that Paris St Germain, Galatasaray, Monaco and Inter Milan are interested in taking the player on.
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