Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna is weighing up life in Turkey as talks of a new contract at Emirates stadium continue to roll on, [football] direct news understands. As contract negotiations continue to develop between Bacary Sagna and Arsenal, reports of interest from a number of European clubs is developing. The likes of Paris Saint Germain, Monaco, Inter Milan and Manchester City have all been credited with interest, whilst Turkish duo Galatasaray and Fenerbahce are readying lucrative deals for the French international. And, it is understood that Sagna is now weighing up life in Turkey after talks with Arsenal stalled over the weekend. Turkey has a very advantageous tax loop-hole which the 31-year-old is reportedly keen to explore and given that both Galatasaray and Fenerbahce are willing to offer 6m per year, could see him tempted into a move. Sagna has made 279 appearances for the Gunners during his seven years at the club.