After his loan stint with Olympique Marseille last season, Arsenal has warned them to forget about signing William Saliba this summer.
The defender has been signed up by Arsenal since 2019, however he hasn't made his team debut yet.
Marseille wants to sign him on a long-term contract since they valued his contributions to their winning campaign.
The Gunners, according to The Sun, have told them he is not for sale.
According to the report, the Ligue 1 club was willing to pay £26 million for his services, but Arsenal wanted to keep him on their roster..
Saliba has earned the right to represent Arsenal, and the moment has come for him to do so.
By giving him the chance to continue at the Emirates, we must demonstrate our appreciation for the excellent job he did while on loan at OM last season.
He obviously has potential, so we ought to consider renewing his employment.
We need to make it clear that he matters to us by giving him plenty of chances to shine at the club before he agrees to a new contract.
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