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Alexis Sanchez Set to become EPL’s best-paid with £400k weekly wages

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Manchester City  are reportedly willing to make Alexis Sanchez the Premier League’s best-paid player with £400k-a-week wages offer in on the table in a £50m deal.

Pep Guardiola and club chiefs pulling out all the stops to ensure they snag Arsenal man before the transfer window closes and according to SunSports, the £21million-a-year contract which would make Sanchez the Premier League’s highest-paid player on a weekly basis of £325,000 plus £75,000 image rights could entice their summer target.
That dwarves the £280,000 a week Paul Pogba earns at neighbours

Manchester United. Boss Pep Guardiola is preparing a £50m bid for the Chilean striker before the transfer window shuts on Thursday week.
The Cityzens ‘ Director of Football Txiki Begiristain has been charged with making sure Sanchez is signed and will leave no stone unturned to make the South American star feels at home the moment he arrives.
City will offer him a choice of exclusive rented accommodation in the city and on the outskirts — all paid for by the club. Sanchez — who is in the final year of his Arsenal contract and refusing to discuss a new deal will also be given advice on where and what to buy if he decides to purchase a property.
City have already spent £223million this summer and could wait a year to get Sanchez for free. But, after failing to win a trophy in his first season in charge, Guardiola is determined to land the Premier League title and the Champions League and one missing component for the manager is the man he bought at Barcelona from Udinese for £25m back in 2011. 

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