Arsenal has slammed a £30million price tag on Shkodran Mustafi following an enquiry from Monaco.
The World Cup winner who has had to endure a difficult spell at Arsenal was booed during Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Lyon in the Emirates Cup and was caught out for the visitors’ winning goal.
According to L’Equipe, the Gunners value Mustafi at around £30m this summer, although it remains to be seen if they would be willing to let him go.
Unai Emery was ready to cash in on the 27-year-old, after failing to secure Champions League football.
But with Laurent Koscielny having no future at the club, the Gunners may be reluctant to let Mustafi go without signing a replacement.
The North London side, however, have to sell some players to raise money to strengthen its squad in preparation for a third season in the Europa League.