ARSENAL want £15million for defender Rob Holding as he heads for the exit at the end of the season.
Holding has been unable to make a first-team place his own at the Emirates, despite starring in the FA Cup final last season.
And the former Bolton prospect, 22, has had the price put on his head following an inquiry from Burnley.
The Clarets wanted to pay a low £4m fee for Holding after being quoted £20m for Joe Worrall, 21, by Nottingham Forest.
Manager Sean Dyche is likely to try his luck again for the pair in the summer as he seeks an extra centre-half.
There could be competition for England U21 star Holding, although the price will scare off many admirers.
Meanwhile, Wenger has hinted that former star man Alexis Sanchez is earning a staggering £600,000-a-week at Manchester United.
The Chilean left the Emirates for Old Trafford in a swap deal involving Henrikh Mkhitaryan last month.
When questioned if Sanchez was earning that amount, Wenger reportedly pointed to the ceiling as if to confirm the rumour.
However, things are looking up for the Gunners after they cruised to a 5-1 victory over Everton on Sunday.