Published: Thu, January 11, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Manchester City bid for Alexis Sanchez

Manchester City bid for Alexis Sanchez

"He's a very good player", said de Bruyne.

Even with Sanchez being a key player for Arsenal, Wenger's back is up against a wall as Sanchez's contract runs out this summer.

Interestingly, it is reported that City have insisted this will be their maximum bid for a player they could take for nothing come the summer.

Instead, we'll just have to wait like every Arsenal and City fan to find out whether Sanchez makes the switch in January - or if he waits until the summer before joining on a free transfer.

Manchester City have made a fresh bid of £20million for Arsenal superstar Alexis Sanchez, according to a report by Fabrizio Romano and Ed Aarons of The Guardian. We are in a good period already, over the whole season.

"We don't care about that", De Bruyne.

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De Bruyne revealed that his agent Patrick De Koster has been on holiday over Christmas, but he expects everything to be tied up soon.

"We are still in negotiations", De Bruyne said.

'Obviously, we will see what happens.

Now that it's the winter window, though, and Arsenal are getting half the fee they were going to originally get for Sanchez, it remains to be seen whether they'll be able to meet Monaco's £90 million pound evaluation of the french starlet. "There is nothing really new for the moment", De Bruyne told Sky Sports after he led his team to defeat Bristol City 2-1 in the Carabao Cup semi-finals first leg on Tuesday night, scoring the first goal.

While the Belgian's performance on the pitch was impressive - scoring the equaliser - his performance off the pitch wasn't quite so good. It will be nice to have five days and then nearly a week before Newcastle to get a little bit of recovery.

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