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The uncertainty over his Arsenal future runs in tandem with the confusion over manager Wenger, who is yet to announce whether he will agree to the new two-year deal now on the table.

Wenger has revealed his Arsenal future is "not sorted completely" as he again evaded questions on whether he will sign a new deal.

"But I think when players are out on the field they have to take responsibility".

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is more concerned with arresting the worst slump of his long career in the Premier League than making his career plans public.

"When I was at City, I asked (former vice-chairman of Arsenal and the FA) David Dein if I could meet him (Wenger), when we were in the second division".

"In a positive way, there's only one team in London, so he's happy".

Gunners winger Sanchez is now on £130,000-a-week at Arsenal but his agent is keen to secure a hefty pay-rise for the former Barcelona attacker - whichever club he signs his next contract with.

"You have to be very cautious when people give interviews in their home country". But I don't see anything negative.

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"The fans respect what Arsene has done and is doing, whatever the [Arsena;] bosses decide, I'm sure it will be the best for Arsenal", the Manchester City manager said.

The 28-year-old has cut a frustrated figure in recent weeks as Arsenal's season has unravelled following a string of defeats.

Both he and team-mate Mesut Ozil are reportedly holding out for parity with the Premier League's top earners.

"It's true that it happened before when we were in a position where financially we had to sell our best players, and that's not the case any more", he said.

The results will come as the latest blow to Wenger and the Arsenal board, with neither yet announcing whether the manager will sign a new contract beyond the current campaign.

Gunners legend Perry Groves believes Arsene Wenger is staying tight-lipped on his future because the club want to make a double announcement.

The answer did not come during his pre-match press conference on Thursday morning and he told Sky Sports News on Friday that blaming Arsenal's recent slump on the uncertainty over his future was an "easy excuse".

City has drawn its last two league games and also bowed out of the Champions League to Monaco this month. "Our job is to perform - can you perform despite that?" "It's not, at the moment, the most important subject at the club". So the Man City boss Pep Guardiola has good reason to warn his players about what a risky opponent they could face on Sunday, as reported by Sky Sports.

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