Arsenal’s dissatisfied forward Sylvain Wiltord could price himself out of a move to Paris St Germain.

PSG coach Vahid Halilhodzic wants to take the French international on loan when the transfer window re-opens, but has hinted that the player must reduce his wage demands if he wants to become a permanent fixture.

“He is definitely a player I appreciate a lot, he has the right profile to play with us,” said Halilhodzic.

“His wages would have to be significantly reduced if he were to play at PSG.”

“I know the budget I have and we are financially limited. PSG sold more players than they bought during the summer, but I would rather loan players this winter than buy them,” he added.

While Wiltord is expected to leave Highbury when his contract expires in the summer, it is unlikely that given the club’s hectic Premiership and Champions League schedule, Arsene Wenger will allow him to leave on-loan.