Man City to weigh up bid for Sanchez, says Guardiola

Man City to weigh up bid for Sanchez, says Guardiola

Man City to weigh up bid for Sanchez, says Guardiola

The 20-year-old forward left the Selhurst Park pitch in tears after landing awkwardly during the first half and had to be consoled by his club's medical staff.

"It's the same, I admire the physicality, but referees need to protect players".

But Guardiola does not see Sanchez leaving Arsenal in the coming weeks.

But the fact is that if Wenger and the players really want Alexis to leave, then this could force Man City to put in a substantial bid to get the Chilean before the summer. and give Wenger a good fund towards bringing in a replacement.

It is very possible that Manchester City enters the winter market to strengthen their squad, which let Pep Guardiola speak at a press conference about the addition of one of his desired players: Alexis Sánchez. All the players. I haven't spoken to the FA (Football Association) about it. "But they can be out for a long time".

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Asked whether the injuries would prompt City to move for Sanchez, Guardiola said: "In internal meetings, we are going to decide what is the best but my feeling now (is) Alexis is an Arsenal player and he will be".

Former Aston Villa and Holland midfielder George Boateng believes Sanchez could inspire City if he makes the move from the Emirates to the Etihad.

Or are we seeing the first cracks in the City facade - cracks which might just offer a glimmer of hope to Chelsea in their attempts to defend the title they won so convincingly last season?

The Chilean worldwide has six months left on his contract and has decided against signing a new deal at the Emirates.

"Will Arsenal let their prize asset go, I don't think so". But not this Watford side.

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