Players running down their agreements with clubs will turn into the standard in years to come because of soaring exchange expenses, Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger has said.
Real Madrid started the crazy transfer saga when they sign Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur in 2012 with 100million Euro which he was the most costly player.
However, it's now turn to legal thing as Paul pogba joining Manchester United in a record fee, Kyle Walker and Benjamin Mendy joining Manchester in what prove to be most costly Defenders on the planet
Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have both entered the last year of their arrangements, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs could likewise leave Arsenal for nothing in a year.
The gunners Manager attempted to see the positive side, saying it could be a "perfect circumstance" for the club as the players would be persuaded to perform to awe potential suitors.
"I think later on, you will see it to an ever increasing extent. Why? Since the exchanges are so high, notwithstanding for typical players," he told correspondents on Sunday.
"You will see an ever increasing number of players going into the last year of the agreement on the grounds that no club will need to pay the sum requested... in the following 10 years, it will wind up noticeably normal.
"I think the execution on the day does not rely upon the length of the agreement, if that was genuine we would sign everybody for a long time and be upbeat."
Sanchez, who was Arsenal's best scorer in the Premier League with 24 objectives last season, has been connected with a move to Paris St Germain in the French media, yet Wenger was determined he would remain at the Emirates Stadium.
"Do I think he will remain? Yes, obviously. How often did I disclose to you that?," the Frenchman included.
"One day, he will go and Arsenal will go on. We will all go one day and Arsenal, ideally, will go on."
The gunners will start the season play against Leicester City on August 11 2017