|11/2||Real Madrid are 11/2 with BetVictor to win the Champions League
However, speaking to Univision, Perez was adamant the Liga runners-up still hoped to retain Higuain, and indicated the club are yet to receive an official bid from the Gunners.
"We don't want Higuain to leave," he said. "What's more no-one from Arsenal has come to us and made us any offers at all for him.
"There are no offers on the table."Higuain was Madrid's second highest goalscorer in La Liga last season, behind only Cristiano Ronaldo, with 16 goals in 28 appearances for the club.