Arsenal was warned that they had not come "near" to meet the valuation of Wilfried Zaha Crystal Palace.
It is believed that the Gunners made an offer worth 40 million pounds for the wingman, which was immediately rejected by the Eagles who believe that it is worth the double fee.
The head of the palace, Roy Hodgson, introduced an update of Zaha's situation because he is still being hunted by the Gunners and suggested that the offer was made.
But he insists that they do not want to argue, letting him go for less than their valuation, because the risk of Arsenal is priced from the movement to the main goal of Unai Emery.
Speaking of how his friend defeated Barnet 6-2 in a friendly match, Hodgson told Sky Sports: "I do not think that Arsenal actually made an offer that came close to our quote.
"I am sure that the player realizes that if someone takes it from us, he expects the clubs to pay market value.
"Until someone does, there's not much to discuss in Wilf's case."
Emery presented an update of his Arsenal transfer plans on Monday, confirming that he wants three or four new additions to his line-up.
He urged the club to sign "big, expensive" deals because he wants Zaha and Celtic defender Kieran Tierney to have their offer rejected.
Emery said: "I can tell our supporters that we will create a very good team with players now and three or four players who can help us in a few days.
"Our goal is to get three or four players who can really improve our squad. We are very, very demanding and firstly we talk about the possibility of signing very expensive players.
"The first player on our list is our first goal if we fail to achieve it. We think every time we improve our team. "