Gunners chief aims to keep top performers.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out selling any of his key players this summer as he looks to build on what he already has rather than take away from it, Goal.com reports.
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Several of the north Londoners’ squad have been linked with exits recently, with contract rebel Bacary Sagna yet to agree a new deal and set to leave on a free transfer, but Wenger is determined to keep his squad together.
“We want the players to stay here because this club has big ambitions for the future,” the tactician said during his pre-match press conference ahead of Sunday’s clash with West Brom.
Arsenal are on course to cement fourth place ahead of Everton, but Wenger admits that the side will need to be on top of their game to stay ahead.
“We want to finish as close as possible to the top and win our remaining games,” he added.
“One of the ingredients we’ve had this season was to respond when everyone was writing us off. We missed some vital games this season but we have been remarkably consistent.
“Against the teams who did not fight for the Premier League title we’ve done our job.
“We had too many injuries in March and February and we always had to play the same players.”
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