We Have To Spend £70 Million To Replace Sanchez Next Season — Wenger

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The fallout from Arsenal's messy end to the transfer window continues today.

Guardiola is ruling nothing out, though, at this stage and will assess his needs in the New Year before deciding whether to rekindle his efforts to sign a player he has previously worked with at Barcelona.

It was reported Arsenal agreed a fee with Manchester City for Sanchez to leave but that the deal collapsed because the Gunners were unable to complete the signing of Monaco winger Thomas Lemar in time.

A Facebook page organising the event has 55,000 members, with a further 13,000 who say they are "interested" in attending. Now I'm not concerned. "Alexis stayed at Arsenal".

Following a thrilling opening-day win over Leicester City, the Gunners have suffered back-to-back defeats at Stoke City and Liverpool - the latter a humiliating 4-0 drubbing that could have been heavier. "Most managers would say the same".

"The only deal we would do was cash".

"I believe you have to keep a certain confidentiality about transfer negotiations".

"Nothing works when you create rules that cannot be respected". We are here to entertain people.

"I wouldn't have wanted to play for a reason like this".

Arsene Wenger has said that it will cost £70 million for Arsenal to sign a replacement for Alexis Sanchez when his contract expires next season. If Arsenal refuse to sell, he could leave on a free during next year's summer transfer window.

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Not so fast, Manchester City fans.

"Sometimes deals happen, sometimes not", Guardiola added.

"The biggest teams in the world have played football".

"Are they half in and half out?" Are they half out? There is a lot of room to improve. However, hope is not good enough. Have they been tapped up?

Almost every manager of a Premier League big six club commented on the insanity of the market, but Wenger was especially vocal. I don't think so, I hope not.