ALEXIS SANCHEZ is in line to hitch the well-known record of No 7’s at Manchester United ought to he full his change to Outdated Trafford.
The Arsenal ahead is reportedly near leaving the Gunners within the coming days, with the Crimson Devils favourites to win the race for his signature after Manchester Metropolis pulled out of a deal.
And in accordance with Chilean information outlet Cooperativa, Jose Mourinho will hand the 29-year-old the vacant No 7 jersey on the Theatre of Desires.
Stars similar to David Beckham, Eric Cantona, Cristiano Ronaldo and George Finest have all cemented their place in United historical past while carrying the well-known quantity.
Not solely are United ready to fork out £35million for Sanchez, however they’re additionally reportedly keen to pay the ex-Barcelona ace a whopping £18m-per-year.
He’s in line to soak up a cool £350,000-a-week and turn out to be the very best paid participant within the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger confirmed on Sunday that Sanchez’s future shall be determined inside 48 hours, after he was omitted of the 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth.
The Frenchman reportedly needs compatriot Anthony Martial to be included within the deal, whereas he’s additionally believed to be enthusiastic about Armenian star Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
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And the excellent news for the Europa League winners retains coming with Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura confirming he needs to depart, and play within the English top-flight.
Whereas Actual Madrid legend Ronaldo has his eyes on a return to United, with Spanish newspaper AS claiming he has advised associates he seeks a transfer again to Outdated Trafford.
And Arsenal followers might see yet one more fan favorite hyperlink up with Mourinho, with Ozil being lined up for a reunion with the Portuguese boss.
United host Stoke on Monday night time, the place they are going to be trying to shut the 15-point hole on the Residents following their Four-Three defeat to Liverpool at Anfield.