The Gunners manager admitted that two of his best player could leave during the winter transfer window.
Both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are in their last year of contract at Emirates. The Chilean already made it clear that he is not interested in signing a new deal with the club, while negotiations with Ozil have been rather slow.
With a number of big clubs chasing them, it was inevitable that Arsenal will have to make a decision whether to cash in on them in January or to use them for the whole season and lose them for free next summer.
Manchester City and PSG are thought to be fighting over the signature of Alexis Sanchez, while Mesut Ozil is disputed by Manchester United and Barcelona. However, the German’s agent revealed that negotiations over a new deal with the Gunners ‘are heading in a positive direction’.
Speaking ahead of the upcoming Premier League match against Watford, Arsenal’s manager said about the possibility of the two players to leave the club: “In our situation, we have envisaged every solution. It is possible.”
Further asked about the Ozil’s willingness to remain at the Emirates, the French manager said: “It is my understanding [that he wants to stay]. I hope the situation can be turned around. At the moment, we are not close enough to announce anything.”