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PSG Ready To Snap Up Arsenal Contract Rebel Alexis Sanchez In January, Man City Won’t Bid

Alexis Sanchez has been heavily linked with a move away from the Premier League with giants Paris Saint-Germain reportedly keen to sign him in January as are now not willing to spend money to secure the Chilean’s signatures.

Man City want to sign Sanchez for free next summer

The Chilean has entered the final ten months of his contract with the Gunners and it is understood that the former player will not put pen to paper on a new deal at .

Sources close to the player revealed that Sanchez has made up his mind and will not stay at Arsenal.

Man City are confident of roping in Sanchez despite having failing to land him on a mega £60m bid on deadline day as Arsenal refused to sell their key player after transfer target Thomas Lemar turned down a £90m move to the Emirates.

Sanchez has also been linked with a move to , who want to sign him in January

Arsenal made a huge blunder by not letting Sanchez to join Man City during the transfer window as it understood that the Chilean’s market value will go down in January.

Man City were not willing to spend anything more than £20m on the Chilean, who will be out of contract next summer.

But now the Etihad bosses have realised that they could land Sanchez for free next summer.

And now City are not willing to spend money on Sanchez in January as they are aiming to rope him in for free next summer.

El Gol Digital claim that Man City boss is aware that they could miss out on Sanchez by not launching a bid for him in January but the City bosses are ready to wait.

Arsenal will opt to accept the cash for Sanchez rather than losing him on a free next summer

And this will now boost PSG’s chances of snapping up Sanchez with reports claiming that the Ligue 1 side are planning to launch a £26.5million offer to rope in the Chilean in Janaury.

Sources close to the North London club have told FootTheBall that Arsenal would opt to accept the cash for Sanchez in January rather than losing the former Barca on a free next summer.

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