Arsene Wenger has moved to deny suggestions that Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are unwilling to sign new Arsenal contracts because of financial concerns.
Wenger, however, insists that "money is good everywhere" at the top level as he confirmed that discussions are ongoing with Ozil and Sanchez's representatives.
"The players make good money anyway. The money is good everywhere for everybody.
"You negotiate more with the agents than the player so we are in negotiations, of course it is normal."
There had been suggestions that Wenger could rest Sanchez, who hit a hat-trick against West Ham on Saturday, but the 67-year-old is prepared to keep him in the side.
"When a guy is in a good success and good confidence, it is more dangerous to stop him than keep him going," he said.
"I haven't decided on my team yet, I've 24 more hours, but my main priority is to win the game.
"I believe we want to win the game and do our job and continue to win the games we play. You never know what is happening in Paris."