Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists there is no reason for concern over the futures of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil at the club.
The Gunners have been in negotiations with both players over new contracts for over a year with little sign of a breakthrough. Ozil, the club's record signing from Real Madrid in 2013, and Sanchez, who arrived a year later from Barcelona, both have two years remaining on their respective contracts.
Chile international Sanchez has been linked with a move to Serie A champions Juventus during the summer transfer window, while Ozil has in the past urged Arsenal's decision makers to spend big to help the club compete for major honours.
The lack of progress in contract talks combined with another quiet transfer window at the Emirates has been cause for concern among some Gunners supporters, but Wenger remains unconcerned over negotiations with club's two biggest players.
When asked for an update on contract talks, Wenger told Sky Sports: "No. We keep that internal. We make progress always, but it is not always a quick process. They still have two years [left on their] contracts and there is no urgency as well.
"They (Arsenal fans) have no reason to be concerned. At the moment we have priorities, and most of the time contract extensions are done outside the transfer window because it gives you a bit more time and focus on that."
Arsenal begin their Premier League campaign at home to Liverpool on Sunday 14 August. Summer signings Granit Xhaka and Rob Holding are expected to make their competitive debuts with Holding expected to fill in at centre-half with Gabriel and Per Mertesacker both sidelines with injuries.