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We Have To Spend £70 Million To Replace Sanchez Next Season — Wenger

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Alejandro Castrejon | Setiembre 14, 2017, 00:21

Arsene Wenger expects star forward Alexis Sanchez to be as committed as ever for Arsenal, despite missing out on a deadline day transfer to Manchester City.

According to The Sun, Wenger does not want to lose Sanchez to a Premier League rival, and believes that he can kill two birds with one stone by sending the Chile striker to France and pick up his number one transfer target.

"They talked to me and I said, 'no chance, zero chance, not one percent chance to make a swap with Alexis and Raz".

Arsenal suffered a thumping defeat to Liverpool at Anfield where the hosts humiliated the visitors by 4-0.

Arsenal eventually accepted Manchester City's offer in the region of €55 million, but would only let the 29-year-old leave if they found a replacement, with Thomas another alternative. "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 was a difficult game for them but you can see in this league there are small margins and small details that can make a huge difference and obviously you need to make sure you are ready".

Alexis Sanchez has slammed criticism from Chilean press after the national team's poor results during the international break.

Not so fast, Manchester City fans. "Players have no clarity".

"Are they in? Are they out?"

"Are they half in and half out?"

A Facebook page organising the event has 55,000 members, with a further 13,000 who say they are "interested" in attending. It's not the way to work and it's uncomfortable. To investments? That is a question we have to raise, because at the moment it looks like we have created rules that cannot be respected.

"We were talking in Chile". Sanchez was heavily scrutinised for his performance in the Merryside fixture and now being bashed for his play in the World Cup qualifiers. "We will see in the future". Not as bad as Liverpool though, who won the coveted English league title last in 1990! That means, do we have to open the door completely?

But he gave a positive update on the fitness of long-term injury victim Santi Cazorla. It's just: "'Can you afford to buy or not?'"