Arsenal Linked with “Crazy” £200,000-a-wk Deal for This Proven Superstar

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Manchester City are desperate to sign Alexis Sanchez this summer and are plotting ways to convince Arsenal to sell the Chilean to them.

Sanchez is Guardiola’s priority target and it is believed the player is also keen on a reunion with the former Barcelona boss, having enjoyed working under him at the Camp Nou.

But, Wenger is reluctant to sell and is adamant that the Chilean will remain at the club and run down his contract rather than allow him leave this summer.

According to the Gambling Times via the Daily Express, Guardiola wouldn’t mind losing Aguero if it helps to convince Arsenal to sell Sanchez.

They say City would actually prefer to keep Aguero but are mindful of the risk of pushing such a quality player to the periphery and will consider letting him join Arsenal.

As if the report hasn’t been ridiculous enough, the Gambling Times claim City do not consider Arsenal a realistic title contender and wouldn’t mind letting the striker join us.

They further claimed, we wouldn’t have any problem matching the more than £200,000-a-aweek deal Aguero currently earns at City, someone needs to remind this people that we have a strict wage structure with a ceiling of £140,000 per week.

If City are wary about letting Aguero join a realistic rival, isn’t it stupid of them to think we will allow them sign Sanchez when we are aiming to win the title ourselves?

Again, Wenger has reiterated time without number that he won’t let Sanchez leave the club no matter the speculation, let-alone allowing him join City.

I think this is one report that Gooners shouldn’t read much into, there’s no way this is going to happen this summer. It’s just too crazy to believe!

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