The Gunners duo look set to go into the final 12 months of their contracts and have been heavily linked with moves away from the Emirates this summer.
The Sun quotes Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal, who's now on global duty alongside Alexis at the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation, as urging the former Barcelona man to join him at "the best club in the world".
Arsenal face a battle to keep star-man Alexis Sanchez at the club this summer and their quest is not being helped by comments from an worldwide colleague of the Chilean ace. "We think he's very happy", he said. He's giving his best, like everybody else.
Coach Juan Antonio Pizzi suggested the demand for Sanchez is a boost to his self-esteem, saying: "We suppose he is very happy because he is going through a very special situation and I think everybody would like to be in this situation because the best clubs in the world want to have him in their squads". "We are just focused on keeping the team together and see how to strengthen the team". "Right now he feels very comfortable and he's committed to the national team".
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The wage increases would be triggered once Arsenal regain their Champions League status.
As a effect, plus a reluctance it seems to pen a new deal, he's attracted the attention of Bayern Munich where worldwide teammate Arturo Vidal is plying his trade. I'm really, really thankful for that and I know that I have a lot of fans in China as well.
"We'll see if Alexis is coming". "I know him very well". And with him, we would surely improve. "We have show that our style makes us competitive against any opponents".
"He played an fantastic season in Spain and I think he is playing here with the same strength".