Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho drops major Henrikh Mkhitaryan hint


Sanchez was expected to seal his move to Manchester City next summer, but United's intervention may be an attempt to change the tide of momentum flowing towards their local rivals in a season when they are running away with the Premier League title.

"So when the transfer window is open, it's also open for any club that is interested in our players".

Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Alexis Sanchez's Arsenal exit is "imminent" but is unsure whether the Chilean will be joining Manchester United or Manchester City.

Malcom though is claimed to want to move on this month and Arsenal now lead the race for his signature.

But despite United's apparent eleventh-hour move for Sanchez, sources have told ESPN FC that the club has been quietly attempting to beat City to the player since last August.

The decision now appears to come down to whether Sanchez will take the bigger financial package on offer from United or seal a move to link-up with his former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola at City.

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As reported by ESPN on Sep.

Jose Mourinho reportedly sees the Germany playmaker, who he spent three years coaching at Real Madrid, as an integral part missing from his United team.

And while Wenger wrestles with problems on the field, the off-the-pitch saga involving Sanchez is adding to his concerns, with the manager admitting that continuing uncertainty surrounding the striker's future, was the reason he was omitted.

"There is no doubting that Manchester United are eager to get involved in this and bring the player to Old Trafford if they can".

A plan to sign fellow contract rebel Ozil in the summer for free had been on the cards before interest in Sanchez, 29, was tabled.