Of course, Wenger did decide to sign a new deal at the club, and the majority of fans were not happy with that - and given the start to the season they've witnessed, it's not a great shock to see they're once again unhappy.
'He chose to stay at Monaco, ' Wenger told Telefoot.
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The stage was set for the Americans to post a big home win on Friday night, but Costa Rica didn't get that memo. Give Costa Rica credit. "We had to break down seven or eight players for long periods of the game".
'He made a decision to stay at Monaco'.
When asked which team had spoken to him, he claimed there was contact with Paris Saint-Germain. I just want to shake the tree and tell them how fortunate they are to play at a club of Arsenal's standing. You have to respect what really happens on the negotiation side.
The 18-year-old who scored 26 goals in 44 games for the Ligue 1 champions last season would eventually join PSG on loan to be permanently signed next summer. "I know we live in the era of transparency but at some stage, to respect everybody you have to not talk too much about that". They then tried to get him very late in the window, for more than twice that, and by all accounts the player himself said no. "Now I am going to make a good season with my club, to try to progress and move forward in my career with Monaco".