Arsene Wenger admits Gunners ARE considering selling Mesut Ozil in January

Arsene Wenger admits Gunners ARE considering selling Mesut Ozil in January

Arsene Wenger admits Gunners ARE considering selling Mesut Ozil in January

Sanchez and Ozil have both entered the final year of their contracts and Wenger told his news conference on Thursday morning it is "possible" they could be sold during the winter transfer window.

Sanchez is out of contract at the end of the season, and the likelihood of him renewing terms at the Emirates appears slim.

Dani Alves is hopeful Alexis Sanchez will choose Paris as his next destination and make the switch from Arsenal to join him at PSG.

"It is my understanding [that he wants to stay]", Wenger said.

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Wenger was asked about the claims from Ozil's representative Erkut Sogut yesterday that Ozil wanted to stay in England positive talks had been had.

"Both players are happy here".

"At the moment we are not close enough to announce anything".

Alves and Sanchez were on opposite sides in Sao Paulo on Tuesday night (10 October) as a 3-0 win for already-qualified Brazil over Chile - plus a late equaliser from Peru's Paolo Guerrero against Colombia - saw the reigning Copa America champions miss out on qualification for their third successive World Cup.

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"Mentally, I will have to assess the situation when he comes back tomorrow (Friday)".

Wenger has acknowledged that the 28-year-old was involved in a "physical" game and admitted that the attacker is not guaranteed to start at Vicarage Road.

"I am more concerned that yesterday afternoon I watched the whole game, Brazil against Chile, to see how hard the game was and I must say he got some special treatment in this game".

Asked if he was anxious about Sanchez's mental state, Wenger said: "I will have to speak to him".

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