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ARSENAL want to steer SANCHEZ towards a non-Premier club

18.04.2017 17.41 by Claudio Colla  read 683
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While Chilean star winger/forward Alexis Sanchez (28) seems to have made up his mind about leaving Arsenal after three seasons, and is sharpening talks with both Chelsea and Manchester City, Gunners management, reluctantly accepting former Barça player's will, are trying to steer sale negotiations towards a foreign club (with Paris Saint-Germain taking the lead in that department). Anyhow, the player will be traded on an about 75 million euros fee.

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