Home » Sport

Sanchez: Arsenal demand £40m from City

09 January, 2018, 01:44 | Author: Joan Malone
  • Arsenal squad urge Arsene Wenger to sell Alex Sanchez to Man City

Arsenal are reportedly prepared to part ways with Alexis Sanchez this month, provided any club are willing to match their £40m valuation for the attacker.

However, Barton believes that the Chilean is far more likely to end up at Manchester City than Anfield.

Sanchez is out of contract at Arsenal this summer and is highly unlikely to agree a new deal, meaning he could leave for free at the end of the season.

City's interest in Sanchez has been longstanding, as they failed in a late bid in the summer to bring him to the Eithad Stadium, as noted by Lee.

Golden Globes 2018: How many awards did This Is Us win?
In perhaps the most memorable quote of her speech, though, McDormand said, "It was really great to be in this room tonight. Three Billboards' Best Drama victory was announced at the end of the night, and it was one of several for the film.

Pep Guardiola's side are, for now, favourites to pursue the Chilean following a knee injury to Gabriel Jesus, but the club feel the valuation is too high for a player, who could be available for a Bosman in five months' time.

With Sanchez not cup-tied in the Champions League and FA Cup, it presents a rare opportunity to land a world-class player who can help with all challenges in the second half of the season.

£25 million is a bad return for a player of Sanchez's calibre, even if he does have just six months left on his deal. It appears nearly certain they will be losing the forward, and if he does stay beyond the current window, they'd receive no transfer fee for Sanchez at the end of the season. The Premier League leaders have remained tight-lipped on them severity of Jesus' injury, with unconfirmed reports suggesting that the Brazilian striker is set to be tested for a potential ruptured cruciate ligament injury.

City came close to signing the 29-year-old in the summer but Arsenal blocked the deal because of a failure to secure his replacement.



Cong, LGBTQ activists welcome SC's decision to reconsider section 377
Section 377 of the Indian penal Code, which outlaws sex between men, will be re-examined by the court to determine it's validity. The senior advocate argued that Section 377 has the potential to destroy individual choice and sexual orientation.

Nvidia's Xavier SoC will power Uber's self-driving vehicles
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has made his intentions clear to competitors, now looking to expand to self-driving technology. Today's pre-CES 2018 press conference by NVIDIA was fairly lacking in any virtual reality (VR) focused news.

Lana Del Rey sued by Radiohead over Get Free song comparisons
Radiohead is reportedly claiming that Lana Del Rey is creeping in on their territory. It's the final song on the number-one record, which also includes the single "Love".

United Nations deputy envoy arrives in Yemen's rebel-held capital
The Saudi-led coalition carried out a special operation to rescue the two pilots, who both survived the crash uninjured. The UAE is a leading member of the Saudi-led coalition which has been fighting in Yemen since March 2015.

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick To Become A Billionaire With Stock Selloff
However, the investor consortium is also making a $1.25 billion investment of fresh funding at the older, higher valuation. Other investors also did not get to unload as many shares as they had hoped because of such widespread interest to sell.

India's GDP estimated to grow at 6.5%, that's a four-year low
The UK economy has shown some signs of resilience, posting a higher than expected growth rate during the third quarter. Most of the economist echo the view that the economy will grow at lower levels in the range of 6.5 to 6.7 percent.

What Oprah Winfrey said in her show-stopping Golden Globes moment
In a nod to female designers, the legend wore Sophia Webster's black velvet Coco crystal pumps and a Versace dress to accept the honor.

Natalie Portman points at all-male Best Director nominees at Golden Globes
Although she concluded her speech by transitioning to the Best Picture nominees, her main point won't be forgotten anytime soon. The category is all-male, which some felt was a snub to Greta Gerwig and her work directing Lady Bird .

Victorious 'Big Little Lies' co-stars Alexander Skarsgard, Laura Dern — GoldenGlobes
Meanwhile, best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy: James Franco, " The Disaster Artist ". The 50-year-old actress won her fourth Golden Globe for her work on the series Big Little Lies .

Debra Messing Calls Out E!...on the E! Golden Globes Red Carpet
E! previously said in a statement that it "compensates employees fairly and appropriately based on their roles, regardless of gender".