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    Manchester City Withdraw from Recruit Alexis Sanchez

    Sunday, January 14, 2018, January 14, 2018 EDT Last Updated 2018-01-15T04:01:42Z
    Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez celebrates a goal he scored against Crystal Palace
    in the Premier League game at Selhurst Park Stadium, London on December 28, 2017. (AFP / BEN STANSALL)
    Just hours after losing 3-4 to Liverpool in the 23rd week of the Premier League on Sunday (14/1/2018) at Anfield Stadium, Manchester City supporters get bad news again.

    Manchester City pulled out of Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez's hunt for the January transfer window.

    Already since the transfer market last summer Pep Guardiola's team is touted as a favorite destination Alexis Sanchez, whose contract at Arsenal will run out this season.

    The status of the contract makes Man City had hoped to get Sanchez only with the price of 25 million pounds or about Rp 458 billion this month.

    Understandably, Arsenal will be forced to take it off rather than losing the star from Chile for free next summer.

    However, Manchester City later lost Gabriel Jesus due to a knee injury.

    Conditions that make Arsenal dared to raise the price of Alexis Sanchez again to 35 million pounds.

    When The Citizens pull-out because they do not want to spend 35 million pounds, Manchester United get into the competition.

    City rivals Man City dare to meet the request of Arsenal, Alexis Sanchez salary, even the allotment for agent Fernando Felicevich.

    As quoted from the Independent, the figures each in the range of 35 million pounds for the transfer price, 400 thousand pounds for salary, and 10 million pounds for allotment agents.

    When Felicevich gave news to City that Manchester United want to give such a proposal, Manchester City was soon resigned.

    According to Metro, Manchester City are reportedly disappointed at Felicevich, who tried to use Man United's bid to extort more money from The Citizens.


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