Arsenal may look to secure the services of Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan in their bid to replace Alexis Sanchez. According to recent reports, the Red Devils have offered Arsenal the chance to secure the signature of their Armenian midfielder, although a major stumbling block to that deal could be the 28-year-old’s high wages, which is being reported to be around £200,000 a week. It is also being claimed that Jose Mourinho’s side has made a last-ditch attempt to hijack the Manchester City deal in pursuit of the Arsenal superstar Alexis Sanchez’s signature and has already tabled a £25m for the Chilean international.
Some sources in the English press have suggested that Sánchez has already come to an agreement with regards to personal terms worth around £250,000 a week with the Citizens of Manchester, with Pep Guardiola’s side having tabled a £20m offer for the 29‑year‑old this week. The Gunners are yet to respond to their offer but it is now believed that Jose Mourinho’s United have joined in on the hunt with a bid in the region of £25m for Sanchez’s services.
It looks like any deal for Sanchez might involve a potential swap deal involving Mkhitaryan which might be enough to convince the north London club to do business with United.
The Armenian attacking midfielder has featured in 22 matches for the Red Devils this season and has scored two goals and made 6 assists so far in all competitions. He made a terrific start…