Date:Wednesday January 11 2006
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood will not overstretch the club's resources to keep striker Thierry Henry.
Frenchman Henry wants to stay at Highbury, despite interest from Barcelona.
But Hill-Wood admits there will be a limit to what Arsenal can offer the 28-year-old in the way of a new contract.
'We try to keep the wages at a level we can afford - it is not rocket science,' Hill-Wood told the Daily Star.
'If you don't, you get into trouble like Leeds did a few years ago, so there is a ceiling.
'We have limits but hopefully we can come to the right agreement, although I don't know that for certain.'
Register on this site via the drop down menu and leave feedback to this story below or to join in the debates on the forum.
Go on, get vitalled!
LUFC On This Day - September 2nd (Wednesday September 2 2015)
LUFC Stokes and Phillips on target in Leeds win (Tuesday September 1 2015)
LUFC Best Transfer Window In Years (Tuesday September 1 2015)
LUFC Summer Trialist Joins Rovers (Tuesday September 1 2015)
LUFC Botaka completes move to Leeds United (Tuesday September 1 2015)
LUFC 'Mini Messi' Makes Spanish Move (Tuesday September 1 2015)
LUFC On This Day - September 1st (Tuesday September 1 2015)
LUFC Youngster in Republic of Ireland squad (Monday August 31 2015)
LUFC Striker says there was never any contact with Leeds (Monday August 31 2015)
LUFC Former loan midfielder joins Italian Serie B side (Monday August 31 2015)
|10. Leeds Utd||5||1||4||0||1||7|
|11. MK Dons||5||2||1||2||1||7|
|RUFC - Lee Buzzing To Be Here
» Rotherham : 02/09/2015 11:13:00
|A look back at the 2015 summer transfer window
» Birmingham : 02/09/2015 11:00:01
|BWFC: Dead Line
» Bolton : 02/09/2015 10:27:00
» Preston : 02/09/2015 09:40:00
|Dicko set for surgery
» Wolves : 02/09/2015 09:00:01