Wenger reiterates his stance on Sanchez and Ozil
says no January exit for the two stars
Nkem Ibeawuchi | Tuesday, 28 November 2017 1:19pm | sport
Arsenal Coach Arsene Wenger has made his stance known again about the current situation of both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil in the club.
Both players are in their final year of their contract with the club and are free to speak to any other club in January for a free transfer to the club which both will chose if they decide against extending with the Gunners.
However, Wenger has insisted that both players will be at the club beyond January and will be allowed to leave for free in the summer if they fail to sign a new contract with the club. He believes they will stay at the club after January transfer unless something unbelievable happens.
Speaking in his pre-match conference ahead of their encounter with Huddersfield, the French man said, “As long as they are here, they give their best for the club.”
"In my head, they stay until the end of the season. Unless something unbelievable happens I don't see that changing."
But the French tactician didn’t confirm if they will be extending their contracts thereby admitting that he is not the only one to decide that. He insisted that both players have to decide their future.