Alexis Sanchez has been omitted from Arsenal's squad to face Bournemouth.
Sanchez did not even travel to the south coast, with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger admitting he was left at home over his unresolved future.
Sanchez has refused to sign a new Arsenal contract with his current deal expiring in the summer, and Manchester United and Manchester City are reportedly both keen on recruiting the Chile striker this month.
Wenger confirmed before kick-off at Dean Court that he remained unsure on Sanchez's future.
"He's being vague, we have left him at home because of the situation," Wenger told Sky Sports.
"I still don't know what is going to happen."
Wenger admitted on Friday that Sanchez would not be signing a new Arsenal deal, ultimately paving the way for the 29-year-old to leave the north London club in the current transfer window.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been offered no assurances over his long-term Manchester United future by Jose Mourinho.
The Armenian was one of Mourinho's first signings in the summer of 2016 but inconsistency has blighted the playmaker since he joined from Borussia Dortmund for £26.3million.
"My approach to players is that every player has a price," Mourinho said when asked directly about whether Mkhitaryan would stay.
"It doesn't matter who he is. It doesn't matter the level. It doesn't matter the prestige, the status. I think every player has a price.
"And I am not the kind of blind manager...blind in the sense of, this player is untouchable, can never be sold. I think every player has a price.
"So when the transfer window is open, it's also open for any club that is interested in our players. Then it's up to us to make the decision: yes or no. It's up to us to decide what we think is the right price.
"But Mkhitaryan played the last match in the FA Cup and probably will play the next one (against Stoke). He's a little bit the same in relation to other players that are involved in this gossip of the transfer market."
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Leicester have signed versatile forward Fousseni Diabate on a four-and-a-half-year deal.
The 22-year-old Malian has joined the Foxes from French second-tier side Gazelec Ajaccio for an undisclosed fee.
Diabate, who can play as a central striker or on the wing, moved to the Corsican club after two seasons with Guingamp.
The Premier League club announced the signing of the player on Saturday morning.
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Antonio Conte says it is up to Chelsea whether he stays at the club or not.
The Italian won the Premier League title last term, in his first season as head coach with the Blues, who play Leicester on Saturday.
Conte signed an improved contract last summer, but it was not an extension to his deal which still expires in June 2019, and there has been continual speculation over his position.
He said: "I have another year of (my) contract with this club. But as you know very well everything is possible. In one moment you stay here, in another moment another person replaces you in your job."
Asked if he would extend his contract with Chelsea, Conte added: "In this case, I think the club has to decide to send me away."
He added: "For the manager of this club it's normal to have this type of situation, also if you won last season the league and you reached the final in the FA Cup. This is the history of this club for the manager.
"I have a lot of experience to deal with this type of situation. (But) there is something strange if, after the first game we lost against Burnley, the press pushed quickly to sack me for another coach. I think in other clubs this doesn't happen."
Conte insisted he is happy at Chelsea, will continue to work as a professional and will "never give up".
Manchester City are prepared to walk away from a deal to sign Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez.
The Premier League leaders feel the overall price for signing the Chile forward this month - transfer fee, agent costs and wage demands - is currently too high and must come down.
City are not concerned if this stance opens up a route for another club, even arch-rivals Manchester United, to step in.
Jose Mourinho said: "At the general level, what I can say is that myself and the Manchester United board, we don't believe a lot in the January market. We don't believe in signing players just to sign a player, just to do something. We don't believe in that.
"What we believe really is that there are some players in the football world, if you have a chance to sign them, it doesn't matter if it is in January, March or July, you have to try.
"But in relation to Alexis Sanchez, I don't say a word. The only word I can say is the same word that everybody says, he's a phenomenal player.
"Apart from that, (he's an) Arsenal player, I feel I shouldn't say much more than this."
Sanchez has long been a target for City and they offered £60million for the 29-year-old, without success, last summer. They would now hope to do a deal for a fee of around £20million but are understood to have been quoted £35million.
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