Arsenal Offer Sanchez New £300000 A Week Deal

Solenn Plantier
Août 13, 2017

Paris Saint-Germain are also said to be interested in bringing Sanchez to the French capital, with the Independent reporting they're poised to follow their world record-breaking move for Neymar with an £80m bid for the Arsenal number seven.

It's unknown whether the £300,000-per-week offer will match Sanchez's expectations, but Mokbel noted that was the figure at which he expected to begin negotiations, meaning Arsenal should now be on the same wavelength.

Here's everything you need to know as Arsenal and Leicester kick off the 2017/18 Premier League season.

As Paul Radley noted in his preview, Arsene Wenger has done much to dampen the disquiet of the more vocal Arsenal fans who were baying for his departure after a lacklustre 2016/17 campaign. He was odds-on to leave, but now he is priced at 13/8 and he is rated at 4/9 to stay put.

The newspaper revealed on their website that the north London club have been eager to renew both Ozil and team mate Alexis Sanchez' contracts and are close to finalising one of those.

"But we have all the other players prepared in pre-season and they are all ready".

Reflecting on Friday's Premier League opener against the Foxes, Wenger said there were "plenty of uncertainties" surrounding his starting line-up after key players missed Sunday's Community Shield victory over Chelsea through injury.

"But I think Ozil will get better and will take on centre stage for Arsenal this season". "I believe that since January we have played in a very hard environment for different reasons", said Wenger.

Wenger was asked about PSG's interest and said he had not spoken with the club's chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi in "a long time" and he does not expect to hear from him.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits he's "not super optimistic" about keeping hold of Alexis Sanchez.

The final player who could miss out on Friday is Mesut Ozil as Wenger has confirmed the German playmaker is still feeling the effects of an ankle injury that kept him out of the Chelsea game at the weekend.

"I think in the future you will see that more and more, players going to the end of their contracts", he declared.

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