Mesut Ozil set to STAY at Arsenal for most embarrassing reason possible

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The Standard report that his hesitance has alerted Arsenal's Premier League rivals Chelsea and Manchester City, who are gearing up to meet Sanchez's £50million valuation in the summer.

And Monday's 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace saw renewed calls for the Frenchman to clarify whether he intends to stay or leave the Emirates at the end of the season.

The Chile international's future has been a talking point throughout the season due to the ongoing negotiations regarding a new contract. "I'm tempted to say no but I've always been wrong", he added.

"I can not confirm we have offered that [contract to Sanchez]", Wenger said in his press conference.

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"We will talk in the summer and clear things then".

"As a player you can not pick your coach", he told Sky Sports News.

Both Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez have been looking for new deals at the club to represent their importance but the club were reluctant to give in.

"He has been here for 20 years and has given a lot to this club and I think he deserves respect for what he has achieved here".

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The former FC Barcelona star has been Arsenal's standout performer over the past few campaigns, scoring 64 goals and assisting a further 41 strikes in 133 matches since signing for the club in 2014.

Wenger is delighted with the 28-year-old's contribution this term despite admitting he's often using him out of his preferred position. He doesn't have the look of a player who wants to have his wage doubled, he has the look of a player who is sick of playing for a team that is going nowhere.

"But that is my body language, that is the way I have always been".

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