German champions Bayern Munich were thought to be leading the chase to sign the 28-year-old, but fresh reports on Saturday claim Arsenal's Premier League rivals, City, are close to wrapping up an agreement.
Renowned journalistFernandoSolabarrieta has stunned all the fans by reporting that Alexis Sanchez has decided on his future and confirmed that he will play under ex-manager PepGuardiola at ManchesterCity. However, Arsenal prefer to sell to Bundesliga superpower Bayern Munich.
"I would say to Sanchez..."
"I think the position Arsenal are using him as a striker, in front, it is ideal for him".
After a season of uncertainty surrounding his future, however, the Chile worldwide may opt to leave and seemed to have his sights set on becoming the latest cog in the City revolution under Pep Guardiola.
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The Royals have scored 16 runs in their last two games and four or more runs in five of their last seven games. The Astros came into town as the hottest team in the league and the Royals have beaten them two out of three.
Sanchez joined Barca for £30m from Udinese in 2011, before moving to the Emirates Stadium three years later.
"If Sanchez wants to go to Bayern fine, as long as we get Lewandowski", said Wright.
The Gunners have as yet been unable to persuade the 28-year-old Chile global - who scored 30 goals for the club in the 2016/17 season - to sign a new contract beyond his current deal which expires in a year.
Sanchez is now on global duty as he and his side prepare for the Confederations Cup.
He scored in their 2-1 FA Cup Final victory over Chelsea at Wembley last month.