Those negotiations have yet to resume, and a source says that Turkish reports claiming Arsenal had held "positive" talks with Ozil's agent were incorrect.
And when it was suggested that Arsenal might cut their losses on the pair in January, the manager added: "Once you are in our kind of situation, we have envisaged every solution yes".
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We will take stock in the coming days and work to determine how we can continue to help the men's national team become stronger and more successful going forward.
Wenger confirmed that the club is nowhere close to a deal with Ozil but remained hopeful that both he and Sanchez will still sign extensions.
It is known that in a World Cup year that players will do their best to build up their form ahead of the competition, and our superstar Alexis will no longer have that target in mind, but does that mean he can concentrate on his playing days for us? "Overall I hope that the situation can be turned around".
Sanchez will be dealing with both fatigue and the disappointment of missing out on next summer's tournament in Russian Federation, and Wenger said he will have to gauge the player's physical and mental state before deciding whether to play him at Watford.
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Understandably, he had to devise a defensive gameplan and banking on counter-attacks through quick transition to offensive mode. Their two full backs - left (Najeeb Yakubu) and right (Rashid Alhassan) are very fast and they come out to support the attack.
Of Sanchez's potential availability on Saturday against Watford, Wenger said: "I will have to speak with him, I watched the whole game [ against Brazil]". It was a very physical game. Losing Sanchez and Ozil will be a massive blow for Wenger and the north London club, especially as they look to qualify for the Champions League next season. "They want to focus on winning things", Wenger said.
After Brazil's 3-0 win over Chile this week, Alves said: "He is wanted by many teams".
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France, which borders Catalonia, said today that it would not recognise a unilateral independence declaration. Rajoy said the ball was now firmly back in Puigdemont's court.
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