He said: "Arsene Wenger says he is determined not to sell him, but he seems determined to leave".
Sanchez and Mustafi, representing Chile and Germany respectively, were given an extended break following their Confederations Cup commitments.
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The photograph was posted hours after a story was published on the official Arsenal website in which Arsene Wenger, the manager, outlined his expectation that Sanchez would report for training tomorrow.
"They are practising on the day, yes". In a bid to make him stay, they made a decision to threaten to murder his dogs. The news will no doubt be worrying to Arsenal fans because if his closest ally can not convince him to stay in North London next season, it will be extremely tough for the hierarchy at the club to keep Sanchez there this summer. We also had Eddie Nketiah, who is doing very well, Donyell Malen, who is doing very well, on tour but there is not necessarily room for them to play.
Speaking on talkSPORT earlier, ex-Arsenal and Leeds striker Alan Smith said: "What the owners would think about keeping a player you could get £60m for, and then letting him go for nothing in 12 months time, I don't know".
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"We have played for 20 years in the Champions League". So he can get us back in there.
Arsenal host the Emirates Cup this weekend, which neither Sanchez or Mustafi will feature in, as they welcome Sevilla, Benfica and RB Leipzig to north London.
However, forcing the player to stay is a "gamble", continues Wilson.
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If that happened, the Gunners could lose three major stars for free next summer.