Manchester City unwilling to splash £35m on Alexis Sanchez


Manchester City unwilling to splash £35m on Alexis Sanchez

Reports have been circulating claiming Man United rivals Manchester City have ended their interest in signing the Chilean who has been linked with a move to the Etihad since previous year.

It's pretty clear that Alexis wants to move to City, and reports have said that personal terms have been agreed for some time now, the two teams just need to agree a price. "Apart from that, he is an Arsenal player and I feel I shouldn't say much more than this". "So he wants to fight as well for the Premier League". While there is a no way to go before Malcolm is confirmed as an Arsenal player, based on his Instagram pictures showing him learn English its fair to say that the Brazilian will be making a move to the Premier League soon. But you know my answer. Mourinho is said to consider Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial to be wide forwards, rather than players who can play centre-forward.

Sanchez has been heavily associated with Manchester City for most of the season, but United are willing to offer more than the £20m their rival are willing have tabled for the attacker.

Manchester City's pursuit of Alexis Sanchez appears to have hit a stumbling block, with the club apparently unwilling to match Arsenal's valuation of the Chilean.

It remains to be seen whether he will choose to join the Manchester Red outfit or end up reuniting with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. What we believe really is there are some players in the football world if you have the chance to sign them in January, March or July, you have to try and that's it. I am focused on Liverpool. I understand the question, you do your job, you know my answer.

"Of course I want a quick resolution", he said.

"In relation to Alexis Sanchez, I don't say a word".

But Wenger played down talk of a move saying: "He is a good player but nothing is happening". "There are lots of already strong teams in the Premier League, not like in other leagues where it is hard for the top sides to lose points, and there is a very important difference of points between first and second".

There have been suggestions Wenger could walk away at the end of the season due to the club's difficulties on the pitch.