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Arsene Wenger insists he has no idea when an official announcement on his future will be made


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has insisted that he has no idea when the club will officially announce whether he will stay or leave.

Recent reports have claimed that the Frenchman will sign a new contract, keeping him at the Emirates for at least two more years.

But he says his focus is on doing well in these last few months of the season.

"No, [there is no update on my future]," the Frenchman told reporters.

"No, [I don't know when it will be announced and] no, a triple no, [my future does not depend on what happens in the rest of this season.

"I work until the last day of the season for the present and the future and the transfer targets are the future of the club and of course, it's very important.

"[Olivier Giroud?] I have had no approach from Marseille, and we want to keep Olivier Giroud at the club.

"[Alexis Sanchez?] I personally think he will sign and stay here. First of all he is happy here. His desire is as well to stay. That is what I deeply believe.

"The disagreements are more purely contractual. Not on the desire. Both parties have the desire to find an agreement, so I think it will happen."

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