Arsene Wenger remained coy on rumours that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could leave Arsenal before the end of the transfer window.
The midfielder has been linked with a move to rivals Chelsea and Liverpool this summer.
‘The Ox’ has entered the final 12 months of his deal and is yet to respond to the offer of an improved contract, according to reports.
The London Evening Standard claim Arsenal “may feel obliged” to sell the 24-year-old with Chelsea willing to pay around £35million.
Asked about whether Oxlade-Chamberlain would stay the Arsenal manager said: “That’s not the kind of question I can answer after a game like that.
“I think we are focused on the game, what will happen on the transfer market in the next three to four days I don’t know.”
Another man who has been linked with an Emirates Stadium exit is Shkodran Mustafi, with Serie A side Inter Milan allegedly in the hunt.
When asked about the German international, Wenger replied: “Similar question, similar answer.”