Arsene Wenger has touched on the future of Mesut Ozil, saying that he’s open to suggestions for a ‘good bank’ in order to keep the German international.
As ever the Arsenal manager was playing his cards close to his chest about a new deal for the club’s record signing, but seemed to admit it was going to take a big financial offer to make it happen.
With under two years of his current deal left to go, Wenger wasn’t overly concerned, saying he didn’t have to do anything to convince the 28 year old.
“I don’t think he needs convincing,” he said. “He wants to stay here. If you have a good bank, call me!”
As for whart’s going on right now, he continued, “We keep that discreet. At due time we will come out with that.
“Am I confident he will sign? It’s not my main worry now. We want to keep our best players, of course. The more I say that, the more he is in a stronger position.
“It’s not just money. Arsenal can win titles, of course. But that’s what we have to show.
“We are in a league where Man City, Man United, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea, everybody, fights and you cannot guarantee that to anybody.”