Arsenal rejected the chance to offload defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos on deadline day.
Sokratis was linked with an exit throughout the summer transfer window but failed to get a move before the Monday night deadline.
Though, the Gunners were reportedly offered the opportunity to offload the Greek, something they may now regret turning down with too many non-homegrown players in their squad.
According to the Daily Star, French champions PSG offered to sign Sokratis before the deadline but Arsenal rejected the offer.
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With Sokratis’ contract at the Emirates Stadium set to expire next summer, PSG offered to take the defender but on a free.
And it seems Arsenal weren’t keen on that proposal, deciding to turn it down.
That’s despite Sokratis being able to agree to sign for PSG – or any other non-English club – for free from January ahead of the end of the season.
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That means it is likely Arsenal won’t get a fee for the 31-year-old anyway but evidentially decided it was better to have him around as cover.
PSG boss Thomas Tuchel was keen on a move…