I'm looking at what my agent is doing.
Ozil is now on holiday in the U.S., while Sanchez has been on global duty with Chile.
In fact, Arsenal could be left with one of their best players leaving the club, and a lack of world class options to replace him.
It is thought that Sanchez could be sold for around £50 million, or be allowed to leave the club for free next summer on the expiry of his Arsenal contract.
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Speaking to Arsenal's official website, the 28-year-old insisted that Iwobi has what it takes to lead the Gunners to glory in the future, stating the specifics which make the youngster a key asset to the Arsenal squad.
It remains to be seen whether he will be back at Emirates Stadium for 2017-18, but for now he is happy to display that his sporting ability is not limited to the football field.
According to the Daily Star, City are ready to offer Sanchez wages of £275,000-a-week to become the highest paid player in the club's history.
Sanchez enjoyed a fine campaign at the Emirates despite his side's failure to qualify for the Champions League and scored in the Gunners' 2-1 FA Cup final victory over Chelsea at Wembley last month.
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