Arsenal tempted with new Man City bid for Alexis


Arsenal's players appeared to relish the chance to visit both Whittington Hospital and University College Hospital ahead of Christmas.

Manchester City will reportedly reignite their interest in Alexis Sanchez when the January transfer window comes around.

Much of the attention at Emirates Stadium this season has focused on the contract rebels, as they continue to run down their respective deals.

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According to The Telegraph, Arsenal are still adamant that they will need to secure a replacement before selling Sanchez to City and will require a fee "in excess of £50m" in order for the deal to happen.

The likes of Alexis Sanchez, Granit Xhaka and Per Mertesacker attended Whittington Hospital, alongside Arsenal Women's stars Heather O'Reilly and Alex Scott.

It is now understood that the Arsenal winger sarcastically asked Herrera "who are you?" before the pair continued their shouting match. The way they played with desire and offensive flair reminded me of how we used to play. "Who knows if they still want to leave?"

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The Blues secured their place in the last 16 by winning at Qarabag last month and can finish top with victory over Atletico at Stamford Bridge.

The Independent's Miguel Delaney reported the Citizens will make a big offer for Sanchez in the new year as they look to seal a transfer coup that could help them complete a substantial trophy haul this season.

Despite suffering a 3-1 defeat to Manchester United on Saturday, Arsenal fans were given something to smile about after some keen-eyed fans deciphered what Alexis Sánchez said to Ander Herrera.

Both players received a yellow card in the final minutes, as two goals from Jesse Lingard and Antonio Valencia's opener gave Jose Mourinho's side a vital win following Raheem Sterling's late victor for City against West Ham.

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