The summer transfer window at the Emirates is set to kick off, with the end of the Arsenal season just a few hours away, following the Gunners last match of the season being against Hull City at Wembley for the FA Cup Final.
Bacary Sagna is said to have told his team mates he expects to leave Arsenal for Manchester City after the FA Cup final.
The Times report that Saturday’s game will be the Frenchman’s last after turning down a series of contract offers from the Gunners.
The veteran right-back is set to join the Premier League champions on a three-year deal from July 1. After earlier reports that the representatives of the Frenchman is set to hold talks with Manchester City soon after the FA Cup final at Wembley.
Sagna joined the north Londoners from Auxerre in the summer of 2007 and has made 283 appearances, scoring five goals.
Arsene Wenger, had earlier in the week said that the ball was in his compatriots court over whether he was going to accept Arsenal’s latest and final offer.
However the Gunners boss said he had no concerns about Sagna’s commitment and professionalism if he selected him to play in tomorrow’s Wembley showpiece.
Sagna should be in contention for the Gunners at Wembley against Hull City in the FA Cup final set to take place in less than 24 hours from now. And a win for the Gunners will see the veteran defender who has taken part in many of the major games for Arsenal this season lift his first title since joining the North London club in 2007.