Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Wenger: Arsenal could sell both Alexis and Ozil in January

Wenger: Arsenal could sell both Alexis and Ozil in January

However, Ozil's agent Dr Erkut Sogut said earlier in the week that the Germany worldwide wanted to play in the Premier League for another two to three years and that talks with Arsenal "are going in a positive way".

But with Arsenal reluctant to let him leave for free at the end of the campaign, Wenger admits they could cash in on him in the New Year.

Mesut Ozil remains open to staying at Arsenal but is keeping all options on the table as the club have yet to re-open contract talks with the playmaker, a source told ESPN FC.

"I always said that when we didn't find an agreement a year ago that doesn't necessarily mean that the player will leave". I hope he'll be happy, wherever he goes. "It's possible", Wenger said.

In the short term, Sanchez has to deal with the disappointment of Chile's failure to qualify for the World Cup, following their 3-0 midweek loss in Brazil.

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"I will have to speak to him", Wenger said.

Sanchez was part of the Chile team that were eliminated from the World Cup on Tuesday - in part due to an error for Colombia by his Arsenal team-mate David Ospina - and will be assessed for both his mental and physical state when he returns to England this afternoon.

Sanchez was expected to leave Arsenal in the summer and, though a deadline day switch to Manchester City appeared close, the Gunners stood firm with their stance of retaining their prized asset.

Indeed, he's not only one of Arsenal's only world-class talents, he's among the best players in the Premier League.

"It's a possibility. He's courted by many teams", Alves said.

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