As per the Sun, who are re-reporting an article from Sky Sports, regarding the January window, Sanllehi said "Right now, we have not even started looking into that".
Sporting face a Taca de Portugal clash with Loures tonight before they welcome Emery's side to the Estadio Jose Alvalade.
Emery has fielded a strong side in Arsenal's previous Europa League matches, but he will be forced to rotate more heavily this time.
Our demands need to be very high.
"And that desire to try and get on the ball and play football, play out the back and be fearless on the ball is something that we have tried to work on". "If I decide to play with the same players Monday, Thursday, Sunday, these players can do that".
"But giving a player £200,000-a-week is going to be a lot less than buying a £40million player and giving him £130,000-a-week. We want to continue doing our way with different possibilities tactically and with the players - but with a lot of matches, we can't do that". I'm thinking about Monday's match first. 'Then when he can play and available for games in the training, [then] we can think he is okay to play. I feel like as a young player you have to play consistently because you're going to make mistakes.
With one of the London club's best assets set to leave for free, many observers have condemned the Gunners for allowing their players' contracts to run down before agreeing new terms. He won three times with Sevilla.
Lacazette and fellow striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have shared 11 goals in total so far this campaign, goals that have recently helped propel Unai Emery's team to nine straight wins in all competitions. Our target now is the same as in the first matches. We can not write a book tonight about to win trophies. We know when we can work and when we can laugh and we just enjoy laugh and football together. I played the majority of the second half of the season, made mistakes, had good games and that's all part of learning as a young defender.