Claudio Bravo: Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez Upset As Man City Move Failed

Former Arsenal legend Tony Adams right alongside Arsene Wenger

Former Arsenal legend Tony Adams right alongside Arsene Wenger

Chile and Manchester City player Claudio Bravo has spoken about the failed transfer of Alexis Sanchez, who of course plays worldwide football alongside him.

Speaking about Arsenal's interest in Sterling last week, Guardiola said: 'When we started to speak with Arsenal in the last days, they wanted to make a swap with Raz.

Now, according to the Daily Mail, Arsenal will return to City in January to inquire over a possible move for the former Liverpool man.

Sanchez's contract at the Emirates runs out next summer and he could leave in a cut-price deal in January.

"Zero chance. Not one percent chance" to take a swap deal with Alexis because I have a lot of trust in Raz.

City were reported to have agreed a fee of around £60 million ($79 million, 66 million euros) for Sanchez, who played under Guardiola at Barcelona.

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And the Daily Mail say Arsenal have real hope of signing Sterling, who has 34 worldwide caps, as he is open to a return to London and the chance to play more regularly under Wenger. Of course we were interested in him.

I don't know what will happen in the winter time. If Arsenal refuse to sell, he could leave on a free during next year's summer transfer window.

"At first I thought that he had hit him in the hip, but then I saw clearly that he got him with the face". "We will see in the future". He was left out of the starting XI for the Gunners' Premier League fixture at home against Bournemouth on Saturday.

Guardiola said of Kompany: "He had a little problem in his calf".

Ferdinand, who played for Manchester United from 2002 to 2014, says all these players can still be welcomed back by their teammates, but it depends on their professionalism.

"Us goalkeepers know this can happen but you never expect it".

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