All three players' contracts run out in the summer and the club may accept reasonable offers for any of the players to stop them leaving on a free at the end of the season. Unless something incredible happens, I don't think that will change.
"In my head, they stay until the end of the season". That was the decision at the start of the season.
Sanchez and Ozil can both leave for nothing next summer after running down their contracts and, while Wenger is powerless to prevent that scenario, he remains unwilling to simply sell them to the highest bidder when the January transfer window open.
"If I think his best interest is to stay here then I will absolutely fight 100 per cent for him to stay here because he's a guy who is top-quality and is back fit now". That's what I decided at the start of the season.
Also speaking ahead of Wednesday's clash against newly promoted Huddersfield Town, Wenger said: "Iwobi got a dead leg, we are not sure he will be available".
City's stars looked in a confident mood as they posed for
"When you have a top-quality player you want them to stay".
The manager had some good news regarding the fitness of Mesut Ozil as the playmaker is set to return to training today and could be back in contention tomorrow night.
Germany midfielder Ozil, 29, has had 45 assists since his debut in September 2013, more than any other Premier League player.
"It's a massive game". "I watched their game against Manchester City; they didn't deserve to lose that game". These team comes from hell, they play 46 games to come out of the Championship. "Especially in their first season, promoted teams have that kind of fighting spirit that makes them unsafe to any team they come up against".
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