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Manchester United : Liverpool join Man City and Man United in race to sign Alexis Sanchez

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01/14/2018 | 10:08 am

With the transfer window now open the rumour mill is in overdrive, so with that in mind, we take a look at the top stories doing the rounds in the media today.


Liverpool will battle Manchester City and Manchester United for the race to sign Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez, according to theMirror.

The report says Jurgen Klopp's side will happily meet the Gunners' £35million valuation with United thought to be leading the chase for the Chilean.

RATING: 6/10


Even with the Philippe Coutinho money bloating Liverpool's wallet, it's not within their current wage structure or transfer strategy to sign a 29-year-old who has reportedly been offered £285,000 per week by City and £300,000 a week by United.

Sanchez is thought to prefer a move to the Etihad Stadium to reunite with Pep Guardiola but the Premier League leaders are said to be put off by the mounting fees involved to sign the Chilean and United have no jumped the queue.

Throwing Liverpool into the mix seems like nothing but agent talk in an attempt to get the best deal for Sanchez who looks almost certain to leave this month.


West Ham are weighing up a move for Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, reports theStar.

The Belgium international is out of contract at the conclusion of this season and has reportedly turned down £170,000 per week extension as he searches for more first-team opportunities.

RATING: 8/10


David Moyes and Fellaini is just a match made in heaven. Moyes of course brought him to England when he signed for Everton a decade ago and he was also his first capture as United boss.

The 30-year-old has offers from Besiktas, Galatasaray and Chinese Super League clubs but a route to remain in the Premier League could be the most tempting.

David and Goliath: Fellaini has been linked to West Ham

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