Alexis' family arrive in London ahead of Arsenal exit
The family of Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez have arrived in London ahead of the Chile international's expected departure from the club, Goal can reveal.
Spurs drop interest in Arsenal target Malcom
And the Gunners seem to be in pole position, with their rivals having dropped out of the race to sign the Brazilian.
'Mourinho risks Alexis custard pie'
Manchester United’s “gamble” on Alexis Sanchez surprises Paul Merson, who feels Jose Mourinho is risking a “custard pie” if the player ends up at arch-rivals Manchester City.
The former Arsenal forward told Sky Sports: "It’s a big gamble what Jose’s done with Alexis Sanchez, by going 'I want Sanchez'. Because if Sanchez chooses to go to Man City, that’s a real custard pie to Man United."
Arsenal expect Alexis exit but hopeful on Ozil
Arsene Wenger concedes that Alexis Sanchez is likely to leave Arsenal, but he remains optimistic regarding a new contract for Mesut Ozil.
The Gunners have seen speculation surrounding two key figures cast an unwelcome shadow over their efforts in 2017-18, with Manchester rivals City and United ready to pounce if the exit door is opened.
The €37m star who could replace Alexis
With Alexis Sanchez's departure from Arsenal now only a matter of time, the search has begun in earnest for his replacement.
Arsenal end David Luiz interest
Arsene Wenger was open to raiding a London rival for the Brazil international, but his search for a centre-half will now shift elsewhere.
Van Persie set for Feyenoord return
The Dutchman began his senior career with the Eredivisie club and looks as though he will now be returning having struggled for game time in Turkey during the 2017-18 season.
Arsenal join chase for Rafinha
Ravaged by injuries, Rafinha has been made available for transfer at Camp Nou as he seeks more playing minutes.
Both Inter and Celta are keen to strike a loan deal in January, and with Arsenal now in the picture the player will have no lack of options.
Wenger plans to stay until 2019
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has insisted he is still committed to the Premier League club and has no plans to leave before the end of his contract in 2019.
West Brom set Evans transfer deadline
Manchester City and Arsenal target Jonny Evans has been set a deadline of just over two weeks to decide his future by West Brom, according to the Daily Mail.
The former Manchester United man has seen his name linked with some of the Premier League's biggest clubs in the current window.
But he will have to make up his mind by January 28, or his club will veto a move expected to be worth around £35 million.
Arsenal want Martial in Alexis deal
Arsenal want Anthony Martial included in any deal that would take Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United, according to the Daily Star.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger wants a replacement before he allows Alexis to leave, and he is hopeful Martial can be that player.
United are reluctant to let Martial go, however, though they would be willing to include Chris Smalling in the deal should Arsenal be keen on the centre-back.
No Alexis bidding war, says Wenger
Arsene Wenger has said there is no bidding war between Manchester City and Manchester United over Alexis Sanchez.
The Frenchman was tight-lipped over the future of the Chile international but did not deny that approaches had been made.
Mourinho refuses to rule out Alexis move
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is not ruling out the possibility of a move for Alexis Sanchez.
The Arsenal forward has been widely expected to join Manchester City, but the Red Devils have reportedly swooped in with a late move for the 29-year-old.
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