However, speculation has linked others with exits too, including both Koscielny and Bellerin, but it would appear as though neither will be leaving the Emirates this summer.
Wenger also added that PSG are going after Barcelona's Neymar because they know they have no chance of signing Sanchez adding that Sanchez has not asked to leave this summer and that the club have no financial need to sell the Chile worldwide.
The France worldwide has been linked with a move to German champions Bayern Munich, as well as a return to boyhood club Marseille, despite signing an extension with the Gunners as recently as November of past year.
Alexis Sanchez is willing to take a pay cut to secure a move to Manchester City according to reports today. "They are one of Europe's leading Clubs and in Pep Guardiola they have a manager committed to playing attacking football".
Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have been heavily linked with a move for the 28-year-old, who has hinted that he wants Champions League football next season, but Seaman believes that Sanchez would be too hard to replace. What are they going to get for him?
The French global, who has made 47 appearances for his national side, also praised his manager Arsene Wenger saying he owes him.
Meanwhile the Mirror mentions in passing that while City are focusing most of their transfer energy on Sanchez they "continue to negotiate with Tottenham for England right-back Kyle Walker and Monaco for French worldwide Benjamin Mendy".
Koscielny, who has played almost 300 matches for the club since signing from Lorient seven years ago, is adamant he has no plans to depart, insisting he loves the club and London life. The Sun says that the news will be "a bitter blow" for Guardiola, who had been confident of hiring Alves to replace the recently-departed Pablo Zabaleta and Bacary Sagna.