Arsenal have a chequered recent history of losing their best players... Aubameyang following suit could be costly.
The 18-year-old has since played 17 times for the Ligue 1 side, although he has had an injury-hit campaign.
The former France international left Arsenal with just an FA Cup winners' medal to show for seven years at the club.
"At that time the press was talking about him not running enough or tracking back."
Bacary Sagna has joined the Serie A's bottom team, Benevento, for the rest of the season.
Bacary Sagna could be staying in the Premier League, with two clubs interested.
Lemar is headed to the Premier League in January. So is Carvalho. But what about Bacary Sagna?
Palace have released someone to free up another slot for an unattached player. Calling Bacary?
Theo Walcott sits at No 3 on this list. No. 3. But Arsenal and Wenger never got complacent. Oh no. No siree.
Well, it's easily done. By the time they remembered, it was half-time. And it still wasn't enough.
If you can judge a team by their full-backs, Manchester City have no place in the elite. Changes are needed
Bacary Sagna's Instagram account has got him in a spot of bother with the FA.
Sagna posted "10 against 12.. but still fighting and winning as a team", but later changed it. Oops.
Mundo Deportivo have named Glen Johnson and Antonio Valencia in a list of right-back options for Barcelona. Sure.
So who has had the most alarming drop in form? Apart from half the Leicester side...
Bacary Sagna has been sidelined for three weeks, while there are concerns over Sergio Aguero's fitness.
A positive result for Manchester City in Paris, but a supreme attack is still being let down by the defence
“He doesn’t ask me but I want to help him," says Sagna. "I think he is doing quite well."
In a season of surprises, who has raised the eyebrows more than most? Other than him, obviously...
"To me it is a foul because he clearly pushed me, but the game kept going and we conceded a goal," says Sagna.
Bacary Sagna admits he and his France team-mates had tears in their eyes during the Wembley tributes to victims of the Paris attacks.
Bacary Sagna blamed Manchester City’s defeat to Spurs on the awarding of an…
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