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Arsenal plan move for Alexis Sanchez


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By A Different League staff

Monday 12 May 2014

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is looking to bolster their attack with a move for Barcelona's Alexis Sanchez, the Daily Mail reports.



The Gunners netted 68 goals on their way to securing fourth spot in the Premier League this season, however that tally does come up short against the top two, Manchester City and Liverpool, who both scored more than 100 goals this season.


In fact, only two players made it into double figures for Arsenal, Olivier Giroud with 16, and Aaron Ramsey with 10.


Sanchez, 25, has scored 18 goals in 26 starts for Barcelona, but reports suggest the Blaugrana could be willing to listen to offers above £20m, a figure Arsenal could afford.


The Chile international made his name in Europe with Udinese, scoring 20 in 94 appearances, before earning his 26m Euro move to the Camp Nou.


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