Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has admitted that he is unsure what his future holds after being linked with a possible exit at the end of the season.
The 29-year-old has not been offered a new contract, despite a number of players signing new deals in recent weeks, and will be allowed to leave the club on a free when his contract expires at the end of next season.
The Metro believes that Sagna is unhappy that Wenger offered six players new contracts in January but did not discuss a possible new deal with the France international.
With his form having dipped in recent weeks, there has been a suggestion that he may look to leave at the end of the season, with AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain two clubs linked with the vastly experienced right-back.
Sagna was quizzed on his future by French football magazine Atlantique and gave a rather vague response, saying: "That is a very difficult question. I don't want to give an answer now, because a lot can happen in football."
The French full-back was once considered one of the first names on the Arsenal team sheet but the form of Carl Jenkinson has meant that there is now stiff competition for a starting berth on the right side of defence.
The former Charlton defender excelled earlier this season while Sagna was recovering from a broken leg and there have been some suggestions that he is close to pushing for a regular spot in the first team.
Sagna was heavily criticised for his performance in the 2-1 loss to Chelsea last weekend and has struggled to regain his best form ever since returning from a long spell on the sidelines.
The Metro believes that Arsenal will meet with the defender at the end of the season to discuss his future and that they may be willing to listen to offers in the region of £5million.