Bayern have always been seen as one of the favourites to sign Sanchez this summer since it became clear he would not pen a new deal at the Emirates Stadium, per Jason Burt and Sam Wallace in the Telegraph.
"I would say to Sanchez..."
"I think the position Arsenal are using him as a striker, in front, it is flawless for him".
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Could we still keep Alexis Sanchez by giving him a huge pay rise or is the writing already on the wall?
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Since moving to North London in 2014, Sanchez has scored 72 goals in 144 appearances in all competitions.
That will obviously go down like a lead balloon for Arsenal fans - and their meltdown on Twitter will nearly certainly be extraordinary.
Arsenal have not won the Premier League since Parlour was part of the "Invincibles" team in 2004 and he believes enough is enough.
Ozil is now on holiday in the USA, while Sanchez has been on global duty with Chile.
Alexis Sanchez's Arsenal future has been unclear for months as he approaches the final year of his deal at the Emirates this summer. He does not want to lose any of his key players, and is apparently reluctant to do business with any Premier League club. In the past few days, he seemed close to joining Carlo Ancelotti's Bayern Munich but things have since changed.
Reports even suggest that Bayern were looking to sign him by offering him a mouth-watering £350,000-a-week deal.