Manchester City has turned up their interest in Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez. The Citizens have been circling the Emirates and monitoring the contract situation of the Chilean.
Sanchez has made it clear he would only sign a new contract at the Emirates if the Gunners meet his £300,000 per week demand, a figure Arsene Wenger has openly admitted they cannot meet.
Pep Guardiola is a firm admirer of the Chilean whom he bought for Barcelona in 2011. He is reportedly set to sell the duo of striker Kelechi Iheanacho and winger Nolitto.
Iheanacho has one of the best goals to games ratios in the Premier after scoring 21 goals from 63 games, with only 20 of those games, starts. He has rarely featured since the arrival of Gabriel Jesus, and was even omitted from the Champions League squad when the Brazilian arrived. Everton is interested in signing him, as Ronald Koeman considers him the perfect replacement for Romelo Lukaku.
Nolitto have not had a good first season in England, and just like Iheanacho, he has rarely featured in this second half of the season. He recently opened up on his frustration at not starting games for City. Real Betis are interested in bringing him back to Spain.