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Is Arsenal's Mesut Ozil desperate to sign for Manchester United?

14 Enero 2018
Is Arsenal's Mesut Ozil desperate to sign for Manchester United?

Mark Hughes got sacked right afterwards, but the new manager still has not been announced. We are in the middle of the final transfer where the Gunners have any bargaining power, though, so Sanchez may yet up sticks.

Mkhitaryan started the season like a man inspired, giving 5 assists in his first 2 games, creating loads of chances and in Romelu Lukaku, a man who buried them.

"For sure, his future will be in a great club".

If nothing else, United have to keep City honest in their pursuit of the league leaders.

Sources have told ESPN FC that Sanchez has grown so unhappy and disenchanted at Arsenal that he is determined to leave this month - a reality that has left City accepting that he might choose to leave for United before the Jan. 31 deadline if he has no viable alternative. Wenger also insists there is an opportunity for Ozil to stay at the club, citing the player's desire to win and also to make money.

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Ozil, who could miss Arsenal's Premier League clash at Bournemouth on Sunday with a knee complaint, has just six months to run on his current deal. "That's normal when you're at that level". "The date for him to be back training was around the end of January/beginning of February, so let's hope his feelings are better".

It is believed that Sanchez is looking to leave Arsenal in the January transfer but Mourinho was silent on the matter. OK, the club wants 50 million or 60 million.

The ESPN FC crew examine the possibility of Manchester United swooping in and landing Alexis Sanchez ahead of Manchester City.

"I maintain what I said". "What do the agents do?"

The Chilean is out of contract at the end of the season but reports are suggesting Arsenal could sell in January for a cut price. "If it doesn't, it doesn't".

Ex-Manchester United forward Andy Ritchie admits that it would have been surprising if Jose Mourinho had not shown an interest in signing wantaway Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez.

The Special One said: "Normally investment in the squad is made in the summer. Alexis, everyone knows how good he is, but I am not going to answer about Alexis or other players". "Because the difference on wages between the big, big clubs - financially I speak - and us has become big".