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14 January 2018, 02:44 | Anna Jefferson
Defeat leaves Arsenal in sixth place five points off the top four
PSG, Real Madrid were linked at the past but the latest link is with Manchester United, as various reports saying that Jose Mourinho is ready to land Sanchez at the Old Trafford. Am I more optimistic than in the summer? Yes.
Manchester City were believed to be favourites to sign the Chile global thanks to their position in the Premier League and the relationship Sanchez already has with manager Pep Guardiola. And at the moment, I must say nothing is decided one way or the other.
"It's not that I don't want to inform you".
Manchester City are unwilling to pay more than £20m for the player whose deal at Arsenal expires in the summer, while title rivals Manchester United also want to sign the Chile global.
Guardiola suggested that Sunday's match at Anfield will give him a good idea of how far his team can go in the Champions League this season.
It appears that a conclusion to the transfer saga is nearing after Arsene Wenger left Sanchez out of his squad for Sunday's trip to the south coast, despite playing a full part in training on Friday and not suffering any obvious injury.
"At the general level what I can say is myself and Manchester United board, owners, we don't believe a lot in the January market, we don't believe in sign a player just to sign a player..."
United is said to have presented Arsenal with a bigger offer than City, and although Mourinho claims it was not in the club's plans to sign players in January, he acknowledged that fantastic opportunities are worth pursuing whenever they present themselves.
"I don't know, I don't know", said Conte. But there are so many games - so everyone is going to get games.
"In the big clubs you have a choice: you reduce the number of players and you increase the wages, trying to fight with the massive clubs", Wenger said. I am not going [to speak about it].
"Then he insulted me for a second time but now I change and now contempt and for me contempt means end of the story".
"Honestly I can not tell you much more at the moment about this situation, because nothing is really concrete at the moment". And that's what you try to do.
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