That is the view of former Arsenal midfielder-grew to become-pundit Paul Merson.
Sanchez, 28, used to be at the verge of becoming a member of Manchester City on switch closing date day after Arsenal accredited an be offering totalling £60million for him.
But a transfer broke down on the closing minute after Arsene Wenger failed to usher in a substitute in time, with Monaco winger Thomas Lemar rejecting a transfer to the Emirates regardless of his membership accepting a £92m be offering.
Prior to Sanchez’s transfer to City collapsing, reviews surfaced Sergio Aguero-Sanchez change deal may just occur.
And Merson is baffled as to why Wenger didn’t chase up Pep Guardiola’s facet to stipulate a need to signal Aguero in trade for Alexis Sanchez.
Merson advised Sky Sports‘ The Debate on Tuesday: “When Man City had been after Sanchez at Arsenal I used to be considering ‘if I am Arsene Wenger I am ringing up going if you need Sanchez I will have Aguero, if you’re that determined for him give me Aguero’.
“He’ll ranking targets for a laugh and his file is outstanding.”
Aguero had the danger to equivalent Eric Brook’s all-time goalscoring file of 177 at Manchester City within the 2-zero Champions League win over Shakhtar Donetsk closing evening.
But the Argentina world’s best possible alternative of the sport from the penalty spot used to be conveniently stored through Andriy Pyatov.
Aguero can have the danger to achieve the milestone once more when City tackle Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday (five:30pm).
While Sanchez’s Arsenal have Europa League accountability to wait to after they trip to Belarus to tackle Bate Borisov the next day (6pm).