Arsenal morning news: Sagna's next club revealed? Wenger on 'Russian Roulette' of league

A round up of news stories this morning about Arsenal.

The Daily Mail claims Turkish side Fenerbahce will pay Bacary Sagna £100,000 per week to sign for them next season.

The French right-back has been strongly linked with a move away from Arsenal with Manchester City having been tipped to sign him.

There is also reported interest from Galatasaray, Inter Milan from Serie A and a potential return to France with Monaco.

Arsene Wenger has likened Premier League management to playing a game of Russian Roulette.

Wenger says the pressure increases as the end of the season draws in, with teams in different positions capable of producing superb performances for unlikely wins.

“Now, one, two, three games to go, you look at the table at the bottom, at the top everybody feels a bit like you're playing Russian roulette,” he told the press.

Olivier Giroud says the return of midfielder Aaron Ramsey has been crucial to the side.

Ramsey has continued his good form following a return from the side from a thigh problem, which he picked up against West Ham United last year.

“Aaron is important right now, I think. [With] Mesut, we will need him again and maybe he will need another full game to feel pretty good on the pitch,” Giroud told the Arsenal website.

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