With Sanchez entering the last year of his contract at the Emirates Stadium, clubs including Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City have been linked with a move for the 28-year-old.
"There's no problem except he won't come back tomorrow, he'll be back on Tuesday".
Wenger has admitted that he expects Sanchez to report for pre-season training on Sunday, having been offered an extended summer break on the back of his Confederations Cup exploits.
I had a text yesterday.
Sanchez was due back at Arsenal on Sunday, but his return to England has been delayed by at least 48 hours after he caught the flu, revealing the illness with an social media picture of himself huddled under a blanket with the caption "sick".
Wenger will keep close tabs on Sanchez and Mustafi's fitness before deciding whether to include them in the FA Cup holders' starting line-up when they face Premier League champions Chelsea in the Community Shield at Wembley on 6 August.
"There is no development [on his future] - he is staying, of course", Wenger said in his post-match press conference on Saturday.
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"Your job is to be suspicious and is built on mistrust and my job is built on trust!"
Alexis Sanchez might have given Arsenal an indication that he's willing to stay put this summer, according to former defender Matthew Upson.
"For a manager it's a bit different, it concerns".
Responding to the question of Sanchez has told him he wants to stay at the club despite interest in him, Wenger said: "I can not reveal a secret conversation".
"Sanchez is a player who plays with that intensity and he's at that age - when he was in his pomp - Wenger would let the player go, maybe a year before you thought the player had reached his peak". It is a secret conversation.
"We don't speak about how our negotiations go".