ALEXIS SANCHEZ has given the strongest hint yet he will walk out on Arsenal.
The Gunners star says he HAS sorted out his future, but refused to reveal where he will be playing next season.
Sanchez is currently preparing for Chile’s Confederations Cup final against Germany on Sunday.
When asked if he would be a team-mate of Claudio Bravo next season, Sanchez replied: “Good question. Right now I’m focused on the Confederations Cup.
“When this is finished I will see if I stay or if I go. I don’t know.”
Sanchez then confirmed he had made a decision.
When asked if his future was clear in his mind, adding: “Yes. I know what it is, but cannot say.”
Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have just 12 months left to run on their Emirates contracts and were previously demanding £300,000-a-week deals.
And Sanchez’s claim that he knows what his future is, without mentioning his current employers, is the clearest indication yet that he wants out.
Pep Guardiola wants a reunion with the former Barcelona star at Manchester City.
But Bayern Munich appear to have pulled out of the race when Uli Hoeness, the club’s president, said that the German giants were only interested in signing youngsters.
Sanchez, 28, was speaking alongside Bravo after the City keeper saved all THREE Portugal penalties in their Confederations Cup semi-final.
And they look set to become club-mates next season, with City confident of completing a deal.
While Wenger has repeatedly insisted that Sanchez will not be sold this summer, the club will not allow the striker to leave as a free agent next year.
The Frenchman is resigned to losing Sanchez and has launched a £35million bid for Monaco winger Thomas Lemar as a replacement.
Wenger is still closing in on a club record £57m move for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette.
Monaco have already rejected Arsenal’s opening £28m offer for Lemar but are giving serious consideration to their improved bid.
Talks between the two clubs are continuing but no deal has yet been agreed.
Sead Kolasinac became the club’s first signing of the window earlier this summer.
The versatile Bosnian left-back joined on a free from Schalke to become one of the club’s top earners, on around £120,000 a week.