Arsenal are willing to make Alexis Sanchez the highest-paid player in the Premier League in a bid to break his contract stalemate, according to the Evening Standard.
A 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace on Monday means sixth-place Arsenal are seven points off the top four with only eight matches left to play.
Contract talks between Arsenal and Sanchez have been going on for a while now, and with Arsenal nowhere near as ambitious as Sanchez thought they would be this season, Arsenal are hoping money can tempt him to stay. "Always I'm tempted to say no but I was always wrong on that front".
The future of Mesut Ozil was also a topic of discussion at Wenger's press conference, and the Arsenal boss confirmed that the club will attempt to try and tie the World Cup victor down to a new contract in the summer.
Another complication is that if Sanchez were to be paid £300,000 a week, Arsenal's other star player, Mesut Ozil, who will also be out of contract next summer, will expect a similar pay-hike, and it is hard to see the board forking out a whopping £550-600,000 a week for just two players.
"We will talk in the summer and clear things then but at the moment what is important is Arsenal, not me or any other players".
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Mesut Ozil is set for an embarrassing U-turn on the £250,000-a-week deal he's refusing to sign with Arsenal due to a lack of interest from other clubs, reports claim.
Both Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez have been looking for new deals at the club to represent their importance but the club were reluctant to give in.
But the 28-year-old has too often been on the periphery of big games, leading to criticism from pundits and a section of Arsenal fans.
"I've always said he was the most important reason in me coming here".
"Fortunately, he's a player who likes to touch the ball a lot".