Clement Grenier's agent has hinted that the ball is in Lyon's court over whether the playmaker will stay or go, with Arsenal linked with a possible deal for the star.
Wenger confirmed his interest in Grenier at the end of May, saying the 22 year old reminded him of Samir Nasri for his attacking skills.
Grenier is currently on international duty with the senior France side for the first time, and has said that he isn't sure if he will stay in Ligue 1 next season.
And now his agent Frederic Guerra has revealed that he is waiting for answers from Lyon before making a decision about his future with the club.
"There are a lot of questions around Clement's situation", he told French radio station RMC. "To choose means giving up. Clement has said a lot of things to Jean-Michel Aulas and Remi Garde and is waiting for answers.
"We must review again when he returns from holiday.
"The trend is that Clement Grenier will perhaps stay, but the reverse is also possible. Nothing has been decided, talks still have to take place."
Grenier's contract with Lyon is now entering its final 12 months, and though the club are hoping to get a maximum fee for their top player should he leave, it will be difficult as he could well leave next summer for free.
Playing time will no doubt be a high priority for the Frenchman next season as he attempts to showcase his ability to Didier Deschamps in preparation for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Arsenal are believed to be ready to bid £8m if they believe the player wants a move, but Wenger will equally have to guarantee the attacking midfielder playing time if he hopes to tempt him into a move to north London alongside national teammates Olivier Giroud, Bacary Sagna, Abou Diaby and Laurent Koscielny.