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Août 12, 2017

Alexis Sanchez will miss the start of the Premier League season with an abdominal injury.

Wenger though stressed on the fact that Sanchez remained "focused" on playing for Arsenal this season.

Sanchez's Arsenal future has been subject of intense speculation throughout the off-season with Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain backing out of a chase for the Chilean, who reportedly still interests Manchester City.

'I don't know if it is two weeks or one more week, but he will not be available.

It's little wonder some of Europe's elite might look to poach the Chile worldwide after Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League last season. But do I feel sorry for Chelsea because they don't have enough players? No'.

The Chile forward missed pre-season after being granted extra time off following the Confederations Cup and has been ruled out of Friday's game due to an abdominal strain.

The leader of "Arsenal" Alexis Sanchez could become the highest paid player in the English Premier League. 'I have sympathy for him. Now, will we manage to extend his contract?

'He was busy completing the transfer of Neymar.

When asked if the club had any others for the Chilean, Wenger replied "I can not tell you that. I can take a gamble on one, maybe maximum two", Wenger said.

For the first time since 1997, Arsenal are going into a season without Champions League football and Wenger has pledged to rest players in the Europa League.

"Danny Welbeck played very well last week [in the Community Shield win over Chelsea] and Iwobe did very well in those wide positions".

Players like Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey and Per Mertesacker are also uncertain for the Leicester clash.

Previously, Sanchez was reported to have demanded the same amount in weekly wages and now that the Gunners have come through with the amount, it remains to be seen if he stays back at the Emirates.

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