If an intentional measure is not taken, Arsene Wenger may be in the verge of losing one if his most priced asset to the cold hands of Juventus.
According to report, Juventus are willing to use the proceeds from the sale of Paul Pogba to lure Alexis Sanchez to the San Siro.
The Old Lady agreed a world record £89million deal with Manchester United for the sale of Pogba last summer.
That deal means Juventus are on course to break the £340m revenue mark – a figure that only eight clubs in Europe have surpassed.
Sanchez and Arsenal have not had breakthrough in contract talks due to the player’s wage demand and it seems Arsenal are not ready to meet his demand.
The winger wants around £280,000-a-week to stay at the Emirates and warned the club last month that the ball is in their court over negotiations.
The Seria A Champions have a long-standing interest in the striker even before he joined Arsenal, according to the Sun.
With the Serie A giants on course to post record numbers in the financial year, they can well afford to sign Sanchez and are likely to bid for him this summer should his contract negotiations rumble on.