Bacary Sagna has revealed that he could leave Arsenal this summer, amid rumours that Paris Saint Germain and Monaco are interested in signing the right-back.
The 30 year old told French newspaper Le 10 Sport that he was “proud” to be linked with PSG, who recently clinched their first league title in nineteen years.
He also described Monaco, who will secure the Ligue 2 title with a point against Le Mans tomorrow evening, as a “new challenge” whilst maintaining that is equally possible that he could a new contract at the Emirates.
Sagna has made over 200 appearances for Arsenal since signing from Auxerre back in 2007.
Another Gunner linked with move across the Channel is striker Marouane Chamakh, who has hinted that he would be willing to return to former club Bordeaux should they make an offer.
The Morocco International has fallen out of favour at the Emirates, and was loaned to West Ham United in January, where he has only made two league starts.
Chamakh told Le 10 Sport that there is a “good chance” that his time in London is coming to an end, and earmarked Bordeaux as his most likely destination.
Elsewhere, Tottenham Hotspur have entered the race to sign Spain international David Villa, after it was reported that Arsenal were put off by the strikers price tag.