Arsenal right back Bacary Sagna is on the verge of an exit from the Emirates with manager Arsene Wenger currently distraught at Sagna's inhibition to extend his contract with the Gunners.

Bacary Sagna
Bacary Sagna

Sagna's contract with Arsenal ends in the summer of 2014 but both parties have not been able to come to a truce over the terms of his contract with Arsenal refusing to offer the 29-year-old an increase on his current £60,000 a week salary and a two year extension. reports that Arsene Wenger is unhappy with Sagna's attitude who has failed to perform on a consistent basis this season and Goal sources say that the right back has cut an "unhappy" and "angry" figure in recent times.

Sagna has been linked with a move to Inter Milan and Paris St.Germain but PSG are the favourites to land the player who are in the market for a right back this season. A move to cash rich PSG will provide Sagna with a good pay rise and a chance to return to his native land. Arsenal have a readymade replacement in Carl Jenkinson, should the player leave at the end of the season.

The Gunners have recently been linked with a move for Feyenoord defender Daryl Janmaat as a replacement for Sagna. The Frenchman who is currently out of the side owing to injury, is believed to have told his friends at Arsenal that he is on his way out of the Emirates. The defender is a doubt for Arsenal's Champions League game against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena on the 13th of March.

Santi Cazorla on Arsenal

Santi Cazorla believes that he has adjusted well to the English Premier League after his transfer from Malaga in the summer. The Spaniard has scored 11 goals and assisted 6 in 27 starts for the Gunners in the league, which includes a brace to save Arsenal the blushes in a 2-1 win over Aston VIlla at the Emirates two weeks back.

"I think I've had a positive seven months personally as I have been able to come to a team like Arsenal and play in a great league like the Premier League. But it hasn't been difficult adapting to Arsenal's style of play or even to the Premier League. It is a bit different to La Liga in Spain but I've adapted very well and I think Arsenal's style of play has made it a lot easier for me," he said.