Arsenal's hopes of keeping Alexis Sanchez have been given a boost amid reports from L'Equipe claiming that Bayern Munich have cooled their interest in the Chile worldwide - to turn their attention to Yannick Ferreira Carrasco.
And he has once again urged the 28-year-old to head to the Allianz Arena.
He said: "We'll see if Alexis is coming, I do not know yet".
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And Vidal has been using his time together with Sanchez in Russian Federation to discuss his future, and says he will undoubtedly improve the German champions were he to leave north London for Bavaria.
No matter what you think of the Frenchman or the club´s decision to give him another two year contract I think we have to accept that Wenger is a football man through and through who knows what makes up a good strong team.
'He is a player in the category that can make Bayern a better team, ' he said. He is a spectacular player.
Chile play Australia this evening and the South American side are looking to reach the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup.
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"We already have a lot of top-level playters".
Sanchez was also asked about his future by Omnisport but opted to focus his answer exclusively on Chile's Confederations Cup campaign.
Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea have both been linked with moves for the Chilean, who was the Gunners' standout player last term which saw them lift win the FA Cup.
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