What Sanchez Said To Herrera During Arsenal vs. Manchester United Is Outrageous

What Sanchez Said To Herrera During Arsenal vs. Manchester United Is Outrageous

Manchester City remain keen on landing the Gunners star and are said to be preparing a fresh £50million offer for the forward in January, despite Arsene Wenger's insistence that neither Sanchez or fellow contract rebel Mesut Ozil will be sold in the New Year.

City are aware they will likely to have to come in with a big offer, if also to avoid the situation going to the wire in the way it did in August, and are prepared to do so even though the player will be available on a free in the summer. Ozil has under six months left on his contract and will be free to discuss terms with European clubs from January 1 onwards.

Sanchez is out of contract in the summer, leaving Arsenal in the hard position of either cashing in on their star man, or risk losing him for free at the end of the season.

The 29-year-old wants a huge hike in his £140,000-a-week wages along with a mighty signing-on bonus but is believed to be open to staying.

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Ozil is the team's main creative force in midfield and attack, standing out for his uncanny ability to find the right pass.

Ozil has been a frequent target of criticism during his time in north London, but as an expert provider, his output is dependent on his team-mates.

Arsenal stars took the opportunity to give back to the community on Tuesday afternoon as they paid a visit to various hospitals in London.

Getting him to sign a new deal after such lengthy negotiations would be a major coup for the Gunners―at the least, they could hold out for a significant sum if the two parties do decide to part ways at some point in the future. We have said it many times.