Sanchez, who moved to Manchester United in January, said he's been in contact with his former boss, whom he hailed as a "football master" and "historical football legend".
Speaking after United's 2-1 FA Cup semifinal victory over Tottenham at Wembley, Sanchez told reporters: "I texted him yesterday to wish him the best".
Sanchez scored the first goal for United today, who will meet the victor of Sunday's Chelsea-Tottenham Hotspur semifinal May 19.
Meanwhile, Wenger revealed that even though he was leaving at the end of the season, he expected under-fire defender Shkodran Mustafi to enjoy a long career at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal need to find their first new manager in over two decades and Low has been touted as a potential arrival.That's left Real supremo Florentino Perez fuming as he looks to plan for life without Zidane.Arsenal bigwig Ivan Gazidis says Arsenal need to be "open-minded, courageous and bold" in their search for a new boss."You don't find a replacement for Arsene Wenger, you find a new path forward", he said.
After finishing fourth last season and qualifying for the Champions League, Nagelsmann's Hoffenheim are back in the European spots this year.
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This was their first last-four appearance since 2007 and, in truth, they never looked like securing that elusive first final. The only drawback for neutrals was that a massive semi-final should have been so one-sided.
"His confidence is lower, " Wenger replied when asked if there was a problem.
"Thank you for what you've done for us at @Arsenal and the football world". That's part of Arsenal.
"I focus on myself and my team and want to make a good game here today".
"He wasn't close [to leaving]".
"He is a young defender who has had ups and downs". He is one of the guys who is committed and goes for the challenges. I think he does very well but overall, this Premier League is special.