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Mourinho appears to confirm Manchester United interest in signing Sanchez

14 January 2018, 05:32 | Henrietta Morgan

Press Association Sport contacted both United and Arsenal with the Manchester club saying they were not aware of any bid for Sanchez while the Gunners declined to comment.

Now Manchester United are looking to make a desperate last-minute move for the forward.

Liverpool have entered the race to sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal with Manchester City and Manchester United believed to be frontrunners in the race for the forward.

City also feel the player is determined to leave Arsenal come what may this month, so their stance could lead to him joining a rival club.

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But United's interest, if true, will probably leave Arsenal in no mood to reduce their asking price, even though Sanchez can walk away for free in the summer. "I maintain what I said many times, that normally he should stay here until the end of the season, but we will see", Wenger explained.

Arsene Wenger has said Alexis Sanchez was dropped from Arsenal's match-day squad for today's clash with Bournemouth due to the uncertainty surrounding his future.

Paper Round's view: If City were desperate for Sanchez, they could outbid perhaps any club in the world. The World Cup victor has openly called for marquee signings in the past, and Wenger admitted that Arsenal's ability to fight for trophies could be just as important as the player's salary.

Pep Guardiola's Premier League leaders are reported to be unwilling to go beyond £20m, given they could get former Barcelona man Sanchez for nothing when his contract expires in the summer.

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He later explained that as an ex-player and a fan he would love to have Sanchez at Old Trafford, but he wasn't asked that question yesterday.

The Premier League leaders had a £60m bid for the Chile worldwide accepted in August, only for the proposed transfer to collapse as Arsenal failed in their attempt to sign Thomas Lemar from Monaco as a replacement.

"I want to be focused on what we have to do on the field".

"At the general level what I can say is myself and the Manchester United board, the owners, we don't believe a lot in the January market, we don't believe in signing a player just to sign a player, just to do something, we don't believe in that". I wish them good luck because they are going to need it. Guardiola, though, wants nothing to distract his players as they prepare for Sunday's Premier League visit to Liverpool, and continue their pursuit of four trophies.

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