Arsenal fans react on Twitter to Sagna performance: 'What's the point spending £10m on another right-back...'

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Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna may have played his last home game for the Gunners, so what did the fans make of his performance?

Arsenal's final home game of the season ended not with the sudden elation of qualifying for the Champions League; that had been secured without the Gunners even kicking a ball.  But their 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion did see them reach their highest points total for six years, and point to what might have been had they not faltered in the winter months.

After all, Arsene Wenger's side are just four points off the summit of the Premier League with just three left to play for.

But the biggest story surrounded Bacary Sagna, as the French full-back played possibly his last ever home match for Arsenal.

The 31-year-old is out of contract this summer, and he is yet to agree a new deal.  In fact, reports suggest he could be heading to Manchester City this summer, treading the same path as a number of former Gunners before him.

His name rang out across the Emirates for much of the game, with fans pleading for him to stay, but if it does prove to be the last time he runs out at that famous stadium in an Arsenal shirt, how did he do?

His performance was very impressive, as he made seven effective clearances, won eight duels, six aerial duels and three interceptions.

  Effective ClearanceDuel WonAerial WonInterception WonMins
Bacary Sagna 7 8 6 3 90

In short, he had played as he has for much of his time in North London, which is exactly the reason his fans do not want him to leave.

Supporters read different things into Sagna's wife posting a series of photographs of herself at the stadium and Wenger high-fiving Sagna's son, but they will know what the player's plans are for certain after the FA Cup final.

Following Sunday's game, we took to Twitter to see what the fans thought of Sagna's performance and his future, and you can read a selection of what we found below:

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