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Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Arsenal Insist On Keeping Sanchez With A New deal






Alexis Sanchez has been linked with a move away from Arsenal this summer
It would take a massive offer to take Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal to Manchester City, according to the Independent.
They report Arsene Wenger is not willing to sell Sanchez to a Premier League rival and claim it would take a bid of around £90m to make the Frenchman consider letting
the move go ahead.


The Independent adds that people close to Sanchez are becoming resigned to the fact that he might have to see out the last 12 months of his contract at the Emirates.

The attacking ace has been given an extended break by Arsenal after his busy summer with Chile at the Confederations Cup.
The Gunners are thought to be waiting on the futures of Sanchez and Thomas Lemar before they’ll consider selling Olivier Giroud.
The Telegraph claim Arsenal don’t want to let the France striker leave if they also have to wave goodbye to Sanchez as it will leave them short of attacking options.
Although if Lemar arrives it could lessen the blow of losing Sanchez, as well as the signing of Alexandre Lacazette who arrived from Lyon earlier in the month.
The Telegraph note a deal for Lemar isn’t looking likely as Wenger’s side have had two bids turned down already for the 21-year-old.
Arsenal are confident Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will stay at the club next season.
The England midfielder is entering the final 12 months of his contract and has yet to pen a new deal with the club.
But The Mirror claim the Gunners are confident he’ll sign an extension soon and they’re prepared to let him play next season without a new deal in the hope of persuading him to stay at a later date.
Liverpool have been linked with an approach for the 23-year-old who was rotated in and out of Arsenal's starting line-up last season.

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