Leroy Sane not threatened by potential Alexis Sanchez arrival at Manchester City

Arsene Wenger says there is still a chance Mesut Ozil will stay at Arsenal, but has admitted for the first time Alexis Sanchez is unlikely to sign a new deal at the club. I don't know but, probably this weekend, he's going to defend Arsenal colours, so I don't think it's correct to say things about Alexis Sanchez.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has reiterated his great admiration for Alexis Sanchez, but said he was not attempting to lure the Arsenal forward to Stamford Bridge when the two were pictured in conversation earlier this week. "Apart from that, he is an Arsenal player and I feel I shouldn't say much more than this". "He's a very good player".

Armenia worldwide Mkhitaryan has struggled to hold down a first-team place at Old Trafford this season and Sky Sport Italia reports that Arsenal are keen on the former Borussia Dortmund forward.

Although this will get Manchester United's fans excited it's not an open admission to wanting to buy Sanchez as Merson states.

Speaking to the media, Mourinho said that both he and Ed Woodward share the same view to do the majority of the business in the summer.

Discussions are believed to be underway between Klopp and Liverpool's owners, Fenway Sports Group about lodging a potential bid for Sanchez, although it will be hard for the Merseyside club to persuade the Chilean to move to Anfield due to both City and United being able to offer significantly higher wages than the Reds. "Maybe you ask Arsenal, they decide his future".

Sanchez nearly joined City for about £60m on the final day of the summer window, only for the transfer to collapse when Arsenal failed to sign Monaco and France midfielder Thomas Lemar.

"They are top of the league and going to win the league this season".

French side Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with the Chile forward, but Sanchez's preference is to join City.

The Premier League leaders have always been linked with signing the Chilean forward, and had a reported £60m offer for him accepted by Arsenal on deadline day last summer.

Arsenal are keen to sell Sanchez now and avoid receiving nothing for the player in six months, but City aren't happy to pay £35 million for someone available for free so soon.