Earlier this summer, Bayern had ruled themselves out of the race for the 28-year-old because of his wage demands and Sanchez's representatives are now aware City look to be the front runners for the Arsenal forward, who scored 30 goals in all competitions last season. He had a scan two days ago and he's out for a while I don't know is it two weeks or one more week but he will not be available.
Asked if any bids had been lodged for Sanchez, the Frenchman replied: "I can't tell you that at the moment".
The story says that Sanchez has made it clear that he would only consider an offer of more than £300,000 a week and it still remains to be seen whether he is interested in signing a new deal with the north London side.
"For us, Alexis Sanchez is a loss of course but we had all the other players prepared in pre-season already and it can happen in preparation any way".
Wenger, however, would not reveal whether there had been any concrete offers for Sanchez and said his close relationship with Paris Saint-Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi had no baring on the player's future. "Of course when you have treatment on medical bench it's not easy".
The Gunners could be without Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil and captain Per Mertesacker against Leicester, with the defence set to be a makeshit affair as Laurent Koscielny is suspended.
Undermining Wenger's quest for harmony is the uncertainty surrounding several first-team players.
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