Alexis Sanchez is one of the best players not only in the English Premier League, but also in the world. The Chilean plays for Arsenal FC only for one and a half year and now he is ready to sign a new deal with the North Londoners. The new contract will end any speculations about his possible summer exit.

British journalists reported on Monday, that Alexis is very happy at Arsenal and he want to continue playing at the Emirates Stadium. The creative midfielder has established himself as one of the key pieces of the team and one of the biggest stars of the whole league. His statistics in England are pretty impressive as he scored 35 goals in 76 games for Arsenal.

New deal would end speculations

Spanish newspaper reported during the winter transfer window that Real Madrid is ready to bring Alexis Sanchez to Santiago Bernabeu as replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. However, new deal between the Chilean and Arsenal would end any speculations about player’s summer exit, showing his loyalty to the club and desire to win great things with The Gunners. The reports say that Arsenal is willing to offer Alexis a five and a half year contract, raising his wages from $130,000 a week to $180,000 a week salary.

There is also an interest from the biggest rivals of the Arsenal Chelsea. The Blues could make Sanchez their top target if Jorge Sampaoli will become the next manager at Stamford, according to the Daily Mail.

Both worked together in the past and a lot of Sampaoli’s success has come from the Chilean. The manager will be pleased if he could have Alexis Sanchez alongside him at the Stamford Bridge. But it is hard to believe that Arsenal will let their key player to join their biggest rivals.

The new Alexis Sanchez?

The Gunners are also interested in 16 year old Marcelo Allendo, who is often describe as the new Alexis Sanchez. The teenager is one of Chile’s best prospect as he represent the under-17’s side. Alledno is another great product of the Cobreloa’s youth academy, the same place where Alexis Sanchez began his professional career.

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