ALEXIS SANCHEZ has held talks with PSG at a plush Paris hotel, Macsportsweb understands.
The Arsenal star was at the five-star Royal Monceau Raffles to meet with the Ligue 1 side’s sporting director Antero Henrique.
Senior sources in the French capital have confirmed to The Sun that Sanchez, 28, arrived by limousine at the £600-a-night hotel this afternoon.
Henrique was then spotted leaving the hotel later on Friday.
The source added: “His (Sanchez) business here is confidential, but we are very used to having superstar footballers staying.”
The Royal Monceau Raffles is close to the British Embassy in Paris and only a half-hour drive from the Parc de Princes.
Jese Rodriguez stayed there for a number of months following his summer transfer from Real Madrid last year.
PSG want to land Sanchez and Neymar to turn them into a major Champions League force.
Arsenal had hoped to persuade him to stay by offering a mega £275,000-a-week deal.
The forward has been on holiday with family mulling over his next move.
But with Arsenal yet to agree a fee for the Chile ace, 28, a deal still appears some way off.
PSG are said to be close to tabling a £45million offer for Sanchez, who is desperate to play in the Champions League.
Arsene Wenger insists Sanchez will be staying put, but Manchester City are also keen and may be willing to match an offer from the French giants.
But boss Wenger is adamant he will remain an Arsenal player.
He has said: “The decision has been made and we will stick to that.
“The decision is not to sell.”