As per the Daily Mail, however, the English winger’s representatives had an interesting request for the contract.
They wanted a release clause inserted into the deal, which would’ve allowed another club to sign Saka just by paying that particular amount.
However, Arsenal rejected that request and instead reached a compromise with the Englishman’s agents by shortening the length of the contract.
The Gunners wanted the extension to be more than the four-year length, but ultimately had to relent.
Saka now has the chance to possibly push to leave Arsenal in two years time, even though he’s unlikely to do that.
The winger has also been rewarded with a bump in salary, as he could earn as much as £290,000-a-week if able to achieved all the performance-related bonuses.