Arsenal Reject £50m Sanchez Bid From Manchester City

Arsenal Reject £50m Sanchez Bid From Manchester City

Arsenal Reject £50m Sanchez Bid From Manchester City

Pep Guardiola's men are still locked in negotiations with the Gunners for the Chile worldwide but City believe Arsene Wenger's stance on letting Sanchez go has softened in recent days.

"City could send a team to Chile to conduct a medical if necessary and have already agreed the framework of personal terms worth around £325,000 a week".

Even with that offer on the table, Pep Guardiola is unlikely to want Sterling to leave the club.

Alexis Sanchez's time at Arsenal appears to be coming to an end.

That means Arsenal will keep Sanchez despite the forward well into the final year of his contract, meaning he can leave on a free transfer next summer if the Gunners do not accept a cut-price deal in January.

Alexis is with Chile ahead of their World Cup qualifiers against Paraguay and Bolivia but City are prepared to fly out reprentatives in a bid to conclude a transfer before the transfer window closes at 23:00 BST on Thursday.

Goal understands Arsenal have reignited their interest in Monaco winger Thomas Lemar, as they believe the money they would receive from the Sanchez deal would allow them to tempt Monaco into selling.

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Sanchez joined Arsenal from Barcelona - where he played under Guardiola - in 2014 for a fee of about £35m.

Arsenal therefore faced something of a quandary on Wednesday night, just 24 hours from the transfer deadline as Wenger reportedly frets over finding a replacement.

Reliable journalist Ed Aarons is also running the same story that City are set to u their offer for Sanchez.

"Only if Arsenal were to offer him a much better wage is there any good reason for him to go there". Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calum Chambers and Carl Jenkinson have disappointed to varying degrees despite all making their worldwide debuts by the age of 20.

One deal that was settled on Monday was Patrick Roberts' season-long loan with Celtic. I am convinced that he will come out on top at Paris.

How can you not love deadline day!

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