One potential option that the Frenchman should consider is offering the former Barcelona man to Manchester United in January as part of a swap deal for Anthony Martial, even if Arsenal have to sweeten the deal with a cash figure.
Given Sanchez's importance to the club, Wenger on the look out for another high calibre calibre forward, and, according to Transfer Market Web, French global and Manchester United star Anthony Martial is on the shortlist.
Marcus Rashford on his duel with Anthony Martial: "Young players need that sort of environment around them".
The Portuguese boss is apparently a huge admirer of the Croatia global and is willing to take a huge financial loss on Martial in order to sign him.
But while Martial has emerged as a top target for the Gunners as a replacement for Sanchez, the player himself does not seem interested in the move, as he is happy at Manchester United and settled well in the city with his partner.
It's led to speculation over Martial's long-term future and the Express carried a report over the weekend that claimed Arsenal had seen an opening offer knocked back by United for his signature.
Now in year three, the second under Mourinho, he's feeling fine and thriving.