Pep Guardiola Discusses Alexis Sanchez Rumours

Alexis Sanchez Arsenal Manchester City

Alexis Sanchez Arsenal Manchester City

He was linked with a move away from the club all the way up until Deadline Day when his proposed move to Manchester City did not go ahead due to Arsenal's failure to sign AS Monaco forward Thomas Lemar.

Coming off the Sky Blues' spectacular 5-0 thumping of Liverpool at the weekend, the former Barcelona man claimed that Sanchez really wanted to move to Manchester City, validating reports that he didn't go because someone (Raheem Sterling) didn't go in the opposite direction. "He is an Arsenal player", he said.

We take a look at whether Manchester City should go back in for Sanchez in the January transfer window.

"They talked to me and I said, 'no chance, zero chance, not one percent chance to make a swap with Alexis and Raz".

"He is 22 years old, an English player and he has a lot of gap (potential) to improve".

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Sanchez's contract runs out at the end of the season and Guardiola was asked about a potential transfer in January. Us goalkeepers know this can happen but you never expect it.

"I wouldn't have wanted to play for a reason like this, an injury to a teammate, but you always have to be prepared". "We will see in the future".

Bravo and Sanchez had been preparing for a World Cup qualifier against Paraguay in Santiago when Arsenal accepted a £60 million City offer for the forward. "I am when the transfer window is open, but when the window closes, it's over for me and I'm it thinking about January or the end of the season".

"Hopefully we can fix it so all the other clubs in Europe finish at the same time".

And the Daily Mail say Arsenal have real hope of signing Sterling, who has 34 worldwide caps, as he is open to a return to London and the chance to play more regularly under Wenger.

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