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Transfer Balls: Barcelona Begin Alexis Sanchez Auction As Arsenal, Liverpool And Manchester United Check His Teeth

by | 2nd, July 2014

TRANSFER Balls: Is Alexis Sanchez heading from Barcelona to… Liverpool? Let’s see what the trusty media have been saying today:

The Daily Express says Sanchez is Liverpool bound:

Liverpool to bank Alexis Sanchez as Barcelona jet in for Luis Suarez deal

It’s a banker. Bookmakers in Malasia are paying out. But wait a moment. The Daily Mail says the player is not keen on the move.

Alexis Sanchez would prefer Arsenal to Liverpool despite Barcelona wanting to use him as part of Luis Suarez deal

We’re told that Sanchez is value at £30m.

But why bother with a valuation because the player is going nowhere, as TalkSport notes:

Barcelona paper Sport have written a lengthy piece on the Chilean’s plans for the future, and the opening line sets the tone. ‘Alexis wants to stay’…

Barcelona president Josep-Maria Bartomeu has no truck with that. He wants Sanzhez out, as ESPN notes:

“We have received offers for Alexis. He is a player who is on the market and people are looking at him. He had a magnificent last season. We are counting on him for next year. But it is also true that many clubs have called us with proposals to sign him.”

Barcelona really are a classless bunch of oiks. The club that styles itself as “more than a club” but operates in the trasnfer market like utter shysters. Look out for Barc a parading Sanchez in the streets and inviting scouts to check his teeth.

But after brassneck, how’s about this for brass balls irom EuroSport who plays Transfer Bingo, linking Sanchez to as many clubs as possible:

AS reports that Alexis has a long list of admirers, including Premier League trio Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United, and Italian champions Juventus. Atletico Madrid are also in the running…

Anyone else?

More Transfer Balls every day.



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