But Wenger reiterated his stance that this is the new normal because of inflated transfer fees that make it more profitable for players to run down their contracts and then ask for massive signing fees and wages from their new club instead.
At a general level, what I can say is that myself and the Manchester United board, we do not believe a lot in the January market.
Wenger said: "Of course I want a quick resolution". He's a great talent but whether he deserves a long contract having missed so much football is debatable, so I understand why Arsenal would be nervous about that.
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Wenger also revealed Aaron Ramsey will return to the squad after recovering from a muscle injury, while Mesut Ozil has a "50-50" chance of playing because of a slight knee injury that ruled him out the game at Stamford Bridge.
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On Thursday, the news broke that Manchester United are ready to thwart their cross-town rivals Manchester City, in their bid to land Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez.
But he said, "A bidding war is always beneficial to the club who can take advantage of it, but we are not in that". Everyone is onto what you are trying to do in the market, and buying the best players costs an very bad lot of money. They'll also get far less money, if any, for both players than they would have done had they sold the pair in the summer. "Maybe you ask Arsenal, they decide his future". I am not going [to speak about it]. Have I ever walked away (from a contract)? I am fully committed in this and I am happy in what I am doing now and what I did in the past. It shows you that there is no one at the top of the club making the decisions that need to be made. Do I stay for one year or 10 years, it's exactly the same.
"I understand completely this question, I understand you are doing your job, but you know my answer. That has nothing to do with my personal situation".
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