He added: "My contract clarifies that [he will still be in charge next season]".
"I would not like my players, when they see me on TV or read the newspapers, (to hear) the manager talking about another (player) and thinking they are not important".
The rejuvenated Jack Wilshere, whose contract is also due to expire in the summer, is set to agree terms on a new deal following a string of strong performances. On Friday, United manager Jose Mourinho met the media, and he would not rule out the idea of signing the Chilean.
And while the Gunners are open to bringing in players, Wenger claimed Malcom is not a priority target.
However, Woods revealed there is a third player United are considering letting move to the Emirates Stadium this month: "Mourinho might be able to offer Arsenal an incentive in any deal by allowing centre-back Chris Smalling to go to north London".
Mislintat's first spot was young defender Konstantinos Mavropanos, who was an unused substitute for the League Cup quarterfinal first leg against Chelsea in midweek, which ended 0-0.
City are willing to pay only £20m ($27.4m) for the South American forward and are unwilling to meet Arsenal's asking price of £35m.
Guardiola has spoken in glowing terms about Sane's potential and the Germany global is excited to see how far his talent will take him. It's fair to say, watching two of his best players leave and join his arch-nemesis Mourinho, while Arsenal are stuck with players such as Granit Xhaka and Alex Iwobi, isn't how Wenger imagined his time at the club concluding.
"A bidding war is always beneficial to the club who can take advantage of it", Wenger told reporters. However, during his pre-match presentation before the match against Bournemouth, Arsene Wenger went on to say, "Look, honestly, I can not tell you much more at the moment about this situation".
Arsenal next play Bournemouth on Sunday in the league, while Manchester United host Stoke and City travel to face Liverpool.
Should his interests lie with the latter, United are in pole position to sign him. The only word I can say is the same word that everybody says, he's a phenomenal player.
"If someone speaks of one of my players to say they are interested or not interested I would not be very happy".
"I don't know if it's ethical or correct to be speaking about players of other clubs", said Mourinho, according to the Mirror.
"At a general level, what I can say is that myself and the Manchester United board, we do not believe a lot in the January market". "If you can not give the players what they want, they won't sign a new deal".