"His situation is not decided one way or the other so I left him at home", said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
Wenger, whose side are sixth in the Premier League table, confirmed before kick-off at Dean Court that he remained unsure on Sanchez's future.
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Sky Sports News understands United are interested in beating local rivals Manchester City to the signing of Sanchez this month, and it emerged on Friday that City are not prepared to pay Arsenal's £35m valuation.
Sanchez was thought to be heading to either Manchester City or United, but now Liverpool have registered an interest in Arsenal's Chilean forward.
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Fifth-placed Tottenham moved to 44 points and are level with Liverpool who take on league leaders Manchester City on Sunday. Harry Kane needs two more goals to reach his Premier League century.
The former United defender told BT Sport on the Sanchez saga: "I was having this discussion with my old mates yesterday and today".
Arsenal had a bad start to the new year after the Gunners lost 4-2 against Nottingham Forest and were knocked out of the FA Cup for their earliest exit in the domestic competition.
Malcom has scored seven goals and made four assists in 18 Ligue 1 games for Bordeaux so far this season. In the 35th minute, Danny Welbeck's shot was saved by keeper Asmir Begovic but if the Arsenal striker had gone to ground under the challenge of Simon Francis, he may well have won a penalty. Iwobi slotted an excellent pass inside left-back Charlie Daniels, allowing Bellerin to advance on Begovic before beating the keeper with a powerful angled shot.
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