Goodbye Alexis Sanchez As Arsenal Ready To Do Business With Club/ Not PSG Or Manchester City

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As per The Sun, English premier league side, Everton FC are set to make an ambitious move to sign wantaway Chile and Arsenal star, Alexis Sanchez. Having sold Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United in the close up to the season, the Toffees have been inconsistent in their displays and performances, despite splashing well over 150 million pounds on
new players – including old boy Rooney.

The slump in performance has resulted in the sacking of manager Ronald Koeman, who has since been replaced by caretaker manager David Unsworth. One task before the new manager is to get his side back to winning ways, and he has identified the Arsenal star as a viable tool to help achieve that aim.

Conversely, Sanchez has reportedly turned down several offers for contract extension at the Emirates, and could well have set his sights on a new adventure. With Manchester City and PSG front-runners for his signature. Offers are not in short supply for his services, but it appears that he will favour a move to an ambitious club side, rather than settle for a club in the Premier league that do not compete in the Champions League.

Everton hope to land the player in the winter transfer window. With Arsenal reportedly open to listening to offers, coupled with the high degree of uncertainty that has crept into the world of football administration, one may eventually see the talismanic 28-year-old striker turn out for Everton, alongside ex-Manchester United star,
Wayne Rooney.

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