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Arsenal omits Sanchez amid interest from Manchester clubs

Arsenal omits Sanchez amid interest from Manchester clubs

But having previously said he still wanted Sanchez to stay as well, the Arsenal boss seems to have given up all hope of keeping the Chile worldwide.

The 20-year-old's potential has attracted interest from the Premier League with Arsenal and Tottenham strongly linked with a move for the South American attacker in recent weeks.

Sanchez is out of contract in the summer, leaving Arsenal forced to sell now if they want to receive anything at all for their star man. He is confident of a 30% wage increase to keep him at The Emirates, and also wants the number 10 shirt now worn by Jack Wilshere. "So the rebuild will be less deep than if all three left". Despite that, it would be a risk to upset Guardiola by not delivering a target he had expected to sign in the summer, and at the very least this transfer window.

Mourinho remains open to selling the 28-year-old, who has played just 202 minutes in all competitions in the last two months.

Bordeaux president Stephane Martin claimed last month that Malcom would not be sold this winter, but with the club languishing in 13th place in Ligue 1, there can not be too much incentive for the player himself to want to stay. "So he's got more opportunities to win trophies there", he added. So he wants to fight as well for the Premiership.

Mancheter City will turn their attention from Alexis Sanchez and towards Shakhtar Donetsk's Brazilian midfielder, Fred. OK, the club wants 50 million or 60 million.

"I want to be focused on what we have to do on the field".

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He said: "I don't answer". "What do the agents do?" I think every player has a price'.

"Mourinho, who said he was unlikely to buy anyone in January, recently bemoaned his club's inability to invest up to "£70 million" in new players, claiming Premier League leaders City have the advantage of unlimited spending power.

"I understand completely why you ask this question (about Sanchez), it's your job", said Guardiola.

"Alexis is an exceptional football player, he's a world- class player and if that happens (and he leaves) we have to find a different balance in the team".

Arsenal had a awful start to the new year after the Gunners lost 4-2 against Nottingham Forest and were knocked out of the FA Cup for their earliest exit in the domestic competition.

But the Frenchman was adamant that he's committed to seeing out his contract. Then he insulted me for a second time and now I change. He's always fully committed. It shows you that there is no one at the top of the club making the decisions that need to be made. You have to try and that's it.