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.
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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.
However, this policy still falls far short of what the Constitution requires - a search warrant based on probable cause. However, the agency stressed that only around 0.007 per cent of incoming global travellers had their devices checked.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said Sunday that Leonard suffered a partial tear in his left shoulder during Friday's game. Kawhi Leonard had barely started to play significant minutes again before being struck with another injury.
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Strangely, though, Franco didn't let the man who was the entire reason for the movie do any of the talking. The pair rolled up to the ceremony in a limo outfitted with posters advertising " The Room ".
The 55-year-old driver of the vehicle, who was from Phoenix, was arrested and turned over to the U.S. Last year, border patrol agents seized about 10,000 pounds of meth and 860,000 pounds of marijuana .
Emilia , who was also at the event, dished out a large bid of $90, 000 for a painting by artist Josh Smith at the event. Leo [DiCaprio] enthusiastically watched the whole auction, turning his head back and forth between Brad and Emilia .
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According to sources, the bodies, which were retrieved from Kailash Bar, have been sent to Victoria Hospital for post-mortem. Those killed in the accident have been identified as Swami (23), Prasad (20), Manjunath (45), Keerthi (24) and Mahesh (35).