Man United legend Rio Ferdinand urges Alexis Sanchez to join Man City

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Man United legend Rio Ferdinand urges Alexis Sanchez to join Man City

"I maintain what I've said many times".

"In relation to Alexis Sanchez, I don't say a word". Arsenal with Malcolm will have a different dynamic but Wenger will hope that the Brazilian will lessen Arsenal fans heartache over the departure of Alexis Sanchez with some fine performances.

The United manager said last March that he never would have let Hernandez leave United if he had been in-charge when the player was at Old Trafford.

The report also suggests Mourinho was unwilling to enter the race to sign Sanchez in the previous transfer window in an attempt to avoid becoming embroiled in a summer-long battle for the Chilean's services.

Manchester City called everyone's bluff and refused to drawn into an auction for Arsenal striker 29-year-old Alexis Sanchez, according to the Guardian. Whether Arsenal's interest in these players is concrete or not remains to be seen, but Sanchez will be going nowhere until a new attacker arrives.

While Sanchez did have a deal to join Manchester City and reunite with old Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola in the summer, things fell apart after a replacement couldn't be found.

As reported by Sam Dean of the Daily Telegraph, Manchester United have been linked with a move for the former Real Madrid playmaker. So they want a combination of the two that big clubs can give them.

Mkhitaryan made five assists in his opening three Premier League games but his confidence dipped culminating in an underwhelming performance in a 1-0 loss to defending Premier League champions Chelsea. If somebody speaks of one of my players to tell we are interested or we are not interested, I wouldn't be very, very happy.

Despite his form last season, the Swede hasn't been the same player since he briefly returned from a serious knee injury, only to revert to the treatment table.

The Frenchman said: "Of course I want a quick resolution".

But Wenger played down talk of a move saying: "He is a good player but nothing is happening".

"I understand completely why you ask this question [about Sanchez], it's your job", said Guardiola.

Sanchez is expected to leave Arsenal this month so that the North London club can recoup some money for their wantaway forward, rather than allow him to leave for free in the summer.

"I have a good relationship with Theo and I don't want him to be frustrated or lose an opportunity to go to the World Cup".

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