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LIVE Transfer Talk: Alexis Sanchez mulling Manchester United exit

LIVE Transfer Talk: Alexis Sanchez mulling Manchester United exit

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Alexis Sanchez is giving serious thought to leaving Manchester United, just nine months after joining the club from Arsenal in an enormous £30 million move.

The Daily Mail claim that the Chilean's representatives have already begun sounding out potential suitors in a bid to gauge the level of interest in the 29-year-old among the bigger Champions League clubs.

Sanchez has found himself left out of the starting XI in over half of the games United have played so far this season, with tales of poor morale and a fractious relationship with manager Jose Mourinho continuing to circulate.

However, even if the shot-shy forward decides to push for an early exit, there is next to no chance any European club would be willing to match the astronomical £450,000-a-week wages he currently rakes in at Old Trafford.

Such a fine mess everybody has got themselves into.

08.00 BST: Ahead of the Milan derby on Sunday, AC Milan winger Suso has revealed that rivals Inter twice attempted to persuade him to cross the divide and play in their colours. The 24-year-old told ESPN FC: "Look, I'm going to tell you something. Write it as I say it. This summer there was an opportunity... There was an offer to go to Inter and [Milan's former sporting director Massimiliano] Mirabelli was aware of it.

"It surprised me a little when he said publicly he didn't know anything about it. He did. We spoke to him about it. But as I said my intention was to always stay here. I am very, very happy."

When asked if Inter had also come knocking the summer before while the Spain international held talks with Milan about a contract extension, Suso replied: "Yes, exactly. [They tried] twice."

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is keen to replace Alvaro Morata at the head of his attack and has even given the club two names to pick from.

The Sun reckon that Sarri has "lost patience" with misfiring Morata and has therefore requested that the Blues pursue a deal for either Mauro Icardi or Patrick Cutrone in January in his ongoing quest to find a reliable 20-goal-a-season striker.

Icardi has scored five goals in eight appearances for Inter Milan this season, while 20-year-old Cutrone has mustered three goals in six games for cross-city rivals AC Milan.

Apparently, Icardi is top of Sarri's wish list but it's highly unlikely that Chelsea will be willing to stump up the £90 million required to trigger his release clause.

That leaves Cutrone, who, while also attracting interest from Tottenham, would be a relative snip at just £25m.

Arsenal have emerged as surprise contenders to sign Alberto Moreno with Liverpool now reportedly resigned to losing the Spanish left-back at the end of the season.

As per the Daily Mirror, Moreno has but eight months left on his contract at Anfield and has signalled that he has no intention of extending his stay.

This news has piqued interest around Europe, with the Gunners said to be just one of several top clubs mulling over the prospect of picking up the 26-year-old on a free transfer.

Meanwhile, Liverpool are planning to replace the outbound Moreno with promising Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell, who can count Jurgen Klopp as one of his biggest admirers.

- Neymar does have a release clause written into his contract at Paris Saint-Germain but it doesn't come into effect until July of 2020. Come that day, the Brazilian star will be available to anybody willing to submit a bid of €215 million, as reported by Sport.

- West Ham are interested in Santiago Arias, the Colombian international right-back who has made just three appearances for Atletico Madrid since joining the Spanish club in July, so say Mundo Deportivo.

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