Arsene Wenger is on a mission to extend the contracts of three of his first team players after growing increasingly frustrated with the situation of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
The star attackers are entering into the final years of their contracts at The Emirates, and there have been no assurances by the pair that they will ink new deals to stay with the 13-time English champions.
Wenger, who has come under a lot of scrutiny for Arsenal’s poor performances this term is keen to extend the contracts of Alex Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs and Jack Wilshere, according to reports from Talk Sport.
The players all have a year left to run on their current deals. Chamberlain has been a fixture in the Arsenal team, albeit mainly from the bench, while Gibbs has become undoubtedly second fiddle to the Spaniard, Monreal at left back.
Mercurial midfielder, Jack Wilshere is currently on loan at Bournemouth and has been interesting the likes of West Ham, Manchester City and AC Milan despite being dubbed as an Arsenal man through and through.
All players are tipped to leave Arsenal, which could have a major impact on The Gunners homegrown slots, but a massive wage increase may see them stay and challenge for major honours in what has been tagged the rebirth of a new Arsenal, starting from this summer.