Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that he will not be making any comments regarding the future of star striker Robin van Persie, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United and Manchester City.

The 28-year-old Dutchman is out of contract at the end of the season and he has already stated that he will not be signing a new contract with the club.

As a result, Arsenal are left are facing the dilemma of losing their star striker for nothing, but they could sell the player for around £ 20 million this summer. The two Manchester clubs have been heavily linked with the player.

Manchester United have already made an opening bid of £ 15 million, which was rejected by Arsenal. Even though Manchester City are yet to come with a concrete offer for the player, it is thought that they will be doing so in the next few weeks. Juventus were initially linked with a move for the player, but they have pulled out of the deal to sign the Dutchman after citing the excessive wage demands of the player. Robin van Persie is thought to be demanding around £ 200,000 per week to the interested parties.

"Well at the moment I must say that this is not the subject of our tour, van Persie. I can understand it interests journalists, but we have nothing special to say about him, and the day we have to say something we will come out, don't worry, and inform you. The tour is very demanding because we travelled a lot, we played tougher games (than) we expected, even in Malaysia the game was tough physically. Last night we had a very tough game physically as well between Manchester City and Arsenal so it's a big intensity," said Arsene Wenger while on the tour of Asia.