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Guardiola coy on potential January swoop for Sanchez

Sanchez and Coutinho told to follow Ronaldo’s example after deadline day blows Alexis Sanchez and Philippe Coutinho were both said to be pushing for summer moves
Alejandro Castrejon | Setiembre 13, 2017, 08:14

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was sold to rivals Liverpool on deadline day, while Kieran Gibbs, Lucas Perez and Joel Campbell also left in the final hours of the window. "They talked to me and I said no chance, zero chance, not even one per cent chance".

Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Julian Draxler from Paris Saint-Germain, which could open the door to Alexis Sanchez leaving for Manchester City, but Germany manager Joachim Low has said Draxler will be staying put.

"If there is any negativity or you think that he's giving anything less than 100%, the players will sniff it and they will wean that guy out". "I am when the transfer window is open, but when the window closes, it's over for me and I'm it thinking about January or the end of the season". "It's a complete rotation and change in the way people see their careers for two reasons".

"And that's all. Sometimes the deals work, sometimes not".

"I haven't decided who will be in the squad", said Wenger.

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has issued a long message on Instagram saying he is 'tired' of the criticism he receives when on international duty with Chile.

The Merseyside outfit are at Manchester City in Saturday's lunchtime kick-off. That's why people around the team should continue to believe in what we do. If problems weren't huge enough at the North London club in England, the football pundits and critics bash the winger for his performances so far. They are good players in their own right.

"Hopefully we can fix it so all the other clubs in Europe finish at the same time".

Thankfully for the Gunners, they welcome Alexis Sanchez back into the fold - he did feature against Liverpool before the international break but was clearly lacking full fitness and match sharpness.

"This is a great club and it's a brilliant time to be a part of it".

Almost every manager of a Premier League big six club commented on the insanity of the market, but Wenger was especially vocal.