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Pep Guardiola Claims Alexis Sanchez Will Stay at Arsenal This Winter

12 January 2018, 08:56 | Charlene Valdez

GETTY Alexis Sanchez trains with Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez trains with Arsenal

The 25-year-old is quoted by the London Evening Standard as saying: "Obviously, they are important - they are two big players".

Reports claim that Sanchez's move to City was only hindered by the Gunners' failure to land Thomas Lemar from Monaco over the summer, and the Etihad side are expected to have a go at him again. It's unbelievable. You judge a player on whether he played well or not and you comment on it after that.

It's also breathed new life into the rumour that a fresh move for Alexis Sanchez is now imminent.

"We will do, but when is very hard to say because it doesn't depend only on us". That is the question that has been facing the club all season, a more immediate concern even than life after Arsene Wenger, who at least has one more season left on his contract after this one.

"There are people who are paid to talk, it's hard sometimes when you are paid to talk, to talk, to talk and only say things that are true and intelligent". "There was no handball", Wenger said after setting a Premier League record of 811 games in charge.

"We have a very difficult schedule and I believe we fought hard to win the game but didn't because of a bad decision".


That seems like better news for City on KDB, but the injury still didn't look good for the standout player in the Premier League this season.

Alexandre Lacazette, Alex Iwobi and Danny Welbeck worked so hard in the front three that they pressed and pinned Chelsea back and held them to a 0-0 draw.

He added: "We have a squad that is equipped to deal with injuries-we've shown that in the Europa League and the Carabao Cup.but we can not lose any more players now".

Arsenal are seven points behind third-placed Chelsea going into Wednesday's game at the Emirates after dropping more points in the 1-1 draw at West Brom.

"Today things are a lot different to 2004".



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