Man City to offer Raheem Sterling, cash for Alexis Sanchez

Esther Moore
August 30, 2017

Sources said Arsenal are pushing for a player to be involved, and that Sterling would consider a move to London if he was deemed surplus to requirements at the Etihad Stadium.

It has been suggested Arsenal may be open to a big bid plus a player being included, with talk Raheem Sterling or Sergio Aguero could do the trick, but Manchester City only want a straight cash deal.

Sterling has started only one Premier League game so far with City this season against Bournemouth where he scored a dramatic late victor before being sent off for his celebrations. Chilean Sanchez has so far refused to sign a new deal and after a poor display against Leicester, despite victory, and a shock loss to Stoke, Wenger chose to rush him back for the clash at Anfield.

England winger Sterling signed from Liverpool for £49million in 2015 and has made a strong start to the season with two goals in City's opening three Premier League games.

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Arsene Wenger has previously stated his reluctance to sell his prize asset, particularly to a title rival, but with Sanchez prepared to run out his contract, desperate times may call for desperate measures.

Sanchez joined Arsenal from Barcelona in 2014 for a fee of around £35m and won his second FA Cup with the Gunners last season.

"No player involved", an Arsenal spokesperson said.

And, if the move goes through, Cross fears it could spark an almighty backlash from Gunners fans, who are already raging after the team's dismal 4-0 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday. With Liverpool set to be cash rich after the potential sale of Coutinho, a bid of above £60 million could tempt the board to cash in on the 28-year-old forward.

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