The Reds have been suddenly linked with 29-year-old Alexis in recent days, who was expected to go to title rivals Manchester City either this month or in the summer when his contract at the Emirates runs out.
The runaway Premier League leaders are extremely reluctant to go above the £20m they value Sanchez at given his current contract situation. "The only word I can say is he is a phenomenal player, apart from that Arsenal player and I feel I shouldn't say much more than this". "I said hello", replied Conte with a smile.
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Chelsea will take on Coutinho's new side in the Champions League round of 16 but the Brazilian will be cup tied for Barcelona . I just want him to be one of the best in the world and enjoy what he can do". "We only have to carry on".
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Manchester City and Manchester United both reportedly want to sign the forward, out of contract at the end of the campaign, and he could now be set for a final outing for the Gunners at Bournemouth on Sunday.
"I maintain what I said".
"Their proposal would also see Sanchez earn more than he has been offered by City, with Mourinho believed to be confident of winning the race despite the forward having played under Guardiola at Barcelona". The World Cup victor has openly called for marquee signings in the past, and Wenger admitted that Arsenal's ability to fight for trophies could be just as important as the player's salary. The Chile worldwide has reportedly agreed personal terms with the Premier League leaders but the transfer saga took a major twist on Thursday when it emerged Manchester United have tabled their own offer of £25m for the Gunners star - with Jose Mourinho said to be confident of beating Pep Guardiola to his signing. "Maybe you ask Arsenal, they decide his future". "Because the difference on wages between the big, big clubs - financially I speak - and us has become big. Never. Why should I change?" he said. It shows you that there is no one at the top of the club making the decisions that need to be made. Is it me in charge or somebody else, you can only do what is best for the club.