Why I can't talk about a move for Alexis Sanchez now - Conte

The Chilean already said it himself that he wants to play for a club with a winning mentality in London and Chelsea are already planning a bid.

Sanchez made those comments about wanting to join a team in London with a winning mentality during the worldwide break but Arsene Wenger was quick to dismiss it saying he was not talking about Chelsea. Alexis will have one year left on his deal come summer and with Arsenal resigned to lose the player, the Gunners are reportedly set to slap a £50 million price tag on the Chilean.

Sol Campbell has urged former club Arsenal to "do their utmost" to keep star forward Alexis Sanchez out of Chelsea's reach at the end of the campaign.

Now the report in Chile suggests the Blues will have competition from English rivals for Sanchez's signature, with the El Show de Prensafútbol reporting that Sanchez "has chose to leave Arsenal" and is interested in joining one of the Premier League rivals.

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"It's terrible how Arsenal can let a player of the talent [Sanchez] run the years down on his contract", he said.

The duo have begun negotiations with the player's camp but formal talks between clubs are likely to commence after the season ends.

Several elite clubs, in fact, have emerged in the hunt for Sanchez although they all face a battle with Arsenal to make the move happen.

Arsenal have been a more successful club than Tottenham over the past two decades especially, but this season at present the Gunners look like they could miss out on Champions League qualification, with Spurs looking certain to finish in the top four. Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United would all be possibilities for the player.

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