However, Ozil's agent Dr Erkut Sogut said earlier in the week that the Germany worldwide wanted to play in the Premier League for another two to three years and that talks with Arsenal "are going in a positive way".
As Burt noted, though, much will depend on Arsenal's situation come January and their ability to replace Sanchez, as cashing in on him will hardly be worth it if they miss out on a UEFA Champions League place as a result.
On the possibilty of Arsenal selling Ozil, Wenger said: "We have envisaged every solution, it is possible we might sell in January".
Sanchez and Chile will rue the Arsenal keepers lack of knowledge of the rules or perhaps we are being to harsh on a goalkeeper whose reaction should always be to make the save.
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?
"Both players look happy here, overall I hope the situation can be turned around".
Wenger, also referencing Chile star Sanchez, said: "Yes, that is a fair assessment".
The full-back was a member of the Brazilian squad who ran out 3-0 victors over Sanchez's Chile in the World Cup qualifiers on Wednesday, a result which ensured the Chileans were unable to qualify for the tournament in Russian Federation next summer. It was a very physical game.
The Frenchman told reporters: "I will have to speak to him. Mentally I will have to assess the situation when he comes back tomorrow".
Sanchez was expected to leave Arsenal in the summer and, though a deadline day switch to Manchester City appeared close, the Gunners stood firm with their stance of retaining their prized asset.
Arsene Wenger has cast doubt over whether Alexis Sanchez will be involved for their Premier League clash against Watford this weekend, after the Chile global received "special treatment" on worldwide duty.
"Ozil wants to play another two to three years in the Premier League".
He's courted by many teams.