Wilshere sprained his ankle against Chelsea on Wednesday in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-finals at Stamford Bridge.
In terms of excitement, it doesn't look too rosy. The World Cup victor has openly called for marquee signings in the past, and Wenger admitted that Arsenal's ability to fight for trophies could be just as important as the player's salary. He is somebody who can open up teams, create chances and do something special with the ball. He improves them immeasurably.
Monaco star Thomas Lemar has agreed to join Liverpool - but the two clubs are still a long way off settling on a price, journalist Duncan Castles has claimed.
Sanchez played under Guardiola for one season while the pair worked together at European giants Barcelona.
Ozil, meanwhile, has refused to discuss his future in public, with Goal confirming at the turn of the year that he is yet to make a decision on his next move.
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Wenger admitted that the club didn't sell Sanchez in the summer because it had no replacement. Finding the next Sanchez or the next Ozil?
"I think in two, three weeks, hopefully the day against Basel, the Champions League game, (he) could be fit, could be ready'" Guardiola said.
The striker is desperate to move on with his career but Arsene Wenger made it clear at his pre-Bournemouth press conference that no sale will happen unless the Gunners sign a replacement.
It's all changed. There are no secrets anymore. The Brazilian will cost around 45 million pounds which in the current transfer market is quite a steal if you consider that Kylian Mbappe went for 186 million pounds. What we believe really is there are some players in the football world if you have the chance to sign them in January, March or July, you have to try and that's it.
Wenger has put so much emphasis on finishing in the top four over the years, so why would he now go and strengthen one of his main rivals?
However, as Gary Lineker writes, it would, in theory, make an bad lot of sense for United and Arsenal to effectively swap Sanchez and Mkhitaryan.