However, Arsene Wenger attempting to influence Alexis Sanchez to remain at Arsenal.Arsenal have purportedly offered charm Alexis Sanchez a club-record £300,000-per-week contract in an offer to avoid enthusiasm from Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.
Arsenal face a stern battle in the remaining weeks of the season to keep their star players at the Emirates Stadium and it seems there's growing concern in North London.
The Gunners start their Premier League campaign at home to Leicester on Friday night as they look to end a run of just one win from their previous seven opening-day fixtures.
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'Arsenal fans want him to stay. Leicester value him at around £50m ($69.4m) and no clubs have managed to meet their valuation thus far.
He added: "We are still open".
"We were never close", he said, when asked about Arsenal moving for Mahrez.
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The Gunners were heavily linked with a move for Riyad Mahrez but the Frenchman believes Alex Iwobi, Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil are more than enough in that area of the pitch. 'The biggest worry is Manchester City and that's the problem.
Wenger believes that kind of investment, with the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea having also spent big, will make the 2017-18 campaign his most hard to date. "They have been quite spectacular in the transfer market, Manchester United as well", Wenger said.
"At the moment the most active have been United, City and Liverpool a bit", the French coach explained.
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