Speaking on Japanese television, the Gunners boss believes the Premier League winner will stay at the King Power Stadium despite having his £20 million release clause met
Arsene Wenger has admitted Jamie Vardy is set to snub a move to Arsenal in favour of staying at Leicester City.
The Premier League-winning striker’s future has been subject to much speculation after Arsenal met his £20 million release clause.
Vardy refused to make a decision on a move to the Emirates Stadium before Euro 2016, preferring to settle matters after the tournament to allow him to focus on his commitments with England.
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And now Wenger has dampened any speculation by admitting that, to his knowledge, Vardy will remain a Leicester City player after opting against a summer exit.
“Jamie Vardy is, at the moment at Leicester,” the Arsenal boss told Japanese TV.
“And, on what I know, he will stay at Leicester.”