As there are growing concerns among the Emirates ranks about the commitment of the Chilean to the Club, the Gunners might consider letting their star-man leave in January should they get a bid above £35 Million.
With only 1-year left on his contract, Manchester City was ready to pay £60 Million to take him to Etihad last summer, but the North Londoners turned down the attractive offer with the hope that they will be able to convince their man to sign a new deal.
As the January transfer window looms, Arsenal are aware that it might be difficult to get as much as £60 Million for him anymore but will prefer to have an amount in excess of £35 Million rather than see him leave for nothing come summer as his contract talks with Arsenal has suffered a serious setback.
It is unknown if Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, who are the top admirer last summer will be willing to spend as much as that for a player with six months left on his contract although the attacker is keen on reuniting with his former manager in Manchester.
French Ligue 1 giant, Paris Saint Germain are also reported to be interested in Sanchez signature and with Arsenal long-time target, Julian Draxler in their ranks, a move to Paris might just be on the cards for the former Barcelona forward in January.