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Manchester United ready to go in for Chilean attacker Alexis Sanchez

January 15, 2018

Manchester United are set up to pay Alexis Sanchez more than £350,000 every week, as the club lead the pursuit to sign the Chilean. 

New Horizon Sports have seen United are certain of finishing a £35m arrangement to sign Sanchez in front of opponents City, who have needed him since the late spring. 

Joined are comprehended to be certain they have the correct bundle set up to fulfill both the Gunners and Sanchez, and manager Arsene Wenger conceded on Sunday he could be gone inside 48 hours. 

While City are unwilling to pay more than £20m for a player who is out of agreement in the late spring, and ill-equipped to pay him as much as their current star Kevin de Bruyne, United are glad to meet Arsenal's £35m asking value, pay £5m to his specialists, and hand the player more than £18m a year. 

One source has told Sky Sports News that, indeed, City have everything except abandoned marking a player they had concurred a £60m bargain for in the late spring yet did not arrive due to Arsenal's inability to arrive Thomas Lemar from Monaco. 

Stockpile would likewise favor Sanchez to move to Old Trafford on the grounds that United will let Henrikh Mkhitaryan go to the Emirates as a feature of the arrangement. 

Director Arsene Wenger is believed to be a major aficionado of the assaulting midfielder, who has dropped out of Jose Mourinho's support this season, and endeavored to sign him before he joined from Borussia Dortmund for £30m in 2016. 

After Sanchez missed the 2-1 overcome at Bournemouth on Sunday, Wenger stated: "It could happen today or tomorrow or not in the slightest degree. 

"That is the reason I would not like to movement with him today for him to go elsewhere. Alexis would have played yet this is a troublesome period for him. He has dependably been submitted as of not long ago. 

"He could have moved today or yesterday or not, but rather it will be chosen in the following 48 hours. He is on standby so I chose not to bring him today. It wasn't that he would not like to play."



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