Massive Blow For Arsenal As Hugely-Influential Star Agrees Deal With Rival

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According to reports from Chile, suggest Arsenal have suffered a massive blow in keep Alexis Sanchez at the Emirates as he has chosen to join Manchester City this summer.

The Chilean international have failed to renew his contract at the Emirates and he could be sold this summer to ensure Arsenal don’t lose him for anything in 2018.

Reports from Chilean media “journalist Maks Cardenas” the versatile attacker has agreed to move to Machester City when the transfer window officially opens in July in a bid to reunite with Pep Guardiola who he played for at Barcelona.


Alexis Sanchez

Cardenas wrote on Twitter: “ALEXIS 2 options.

“Man City (priority. Players choice. Problem: Arsenal)

“Bayern Munich (Agent choice. Problem: Bundesliga)”

Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich have been with a swoop for Alexis.

A switch to Germany would allow the Chilean to play alongside pal Arturo Vidal.

And Vidal is keen on the idea

“Of course I would like to him to come because he is an extraordinary player,” Vidal told

“He is doing great at Arsenal but I think he needs to take an extra step to fight amongst the best in the world and that is why he has to come to the best team in the world.

“When I’ve been asked, I have always said that he is the player that has to be here.

“He has a year left on his contract. Everybody wants him because it is easier to pay that money now than if he had three years left.

“Let’s hope he makes the right choice for him and for Chile too, because he is a player that helps us a lot.”





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