Manchester City Arsenal Swap Alexis Sanchez For Raheem Sterling

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Août 30, 2017

Amid Arsenal's struggles on the pitch, Sanchez's transfer saga may be wearing thin with his teammates, as The Telegraph reported on Tuesday night that "the majority of the first-team squad have now had enough".

However, with the Express reporting that Antonio Conte remains keen on signing the Chile global, it is yet to be seen as to where the forward will end up come the close of the window.

Arsenal responded by proposing a swap deal involving Raheem Sterling, though City's preference is for a cash-only deal that would see Sanchez move north and would allow them to keep the former Liverpool player. Manchester City are keen on signing him and are likely to make another attempt before the end of the transfer window on Thursday (31 August).

One deal that was settled on Monday was Patrick Roberts' season-long loan with Celtic.

Sanchez was sensationally axed for last season's trip to Liverpool after Arsene Wenger left him on the subs bench after a bust-up in training.

The Mirror has revealed that the Premier League giants have said that they will throw the England worldwide alongside a cash sum in order to provide a more enticing deal for the Gunners.

"That leaves Manchester City and they're big admirers of Sanchez". The amount of things that are going wrong, it does come back to Arsene Wenger's door.

Mustafi could be on his way to Inter Milan on a loan deal with a view to a permanent move next summer, the Daily Mail says.

More emerging information suggests the Sterling info is coming from the Arsenal side, rather than City's, who prefer to hand over cash for Alexis. Behind the two strikers, Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva, Bernardo Silva, Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and Yaya Toure are all available for selection.

However, Manchester City entered the race to sign the Chile star over the past month or so despite Arsenal's reluctance to sell to a direct title rival.

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