Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has clearly told that Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy will not be joining the Gunners this summer, as per SkySports.
The SkySports revealed earlier today that French boss Arsene Wenger has given a relief to Arsenal fans as he reveals the truth that the striker’s move won’t happen.
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Vardy has been in link with the Gunners for the past few weeks especially before the start of European Championship 2016.
Wenger told in an interview to Chinese TV that Vardy is currently a Leicester player and probably will stay at the Foxes.
Despite of an early bid of £20million earlier this month, Wenger has now changed his mind for the 29-year-old who recently scored a goal for England in Euro.
Yesterday, Vardy told that he is currently focusing on Euro and has not decided his club future.
“I'm just here completely focusing on England and that's all I want to do at the moment.”
Meanwhile, Leicester vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha told that he believe his striker will stay at the club.
The Foxes will play Champions League next season and Srivaddhanaprabha believes that they can surprise other top teams in UCL.