Sanchez, who has hit peak form for the Gunners this term, has been locked in contract negotiations with the club but the talks haven’t progressed with the Chilean holding out for wages close to £250,000. And reports emerged recently claiming an unnamed Chinese side had offered the 28-year old a pay packet of £400,000 per week. Getting a player of the calibre of Sanchez, who is in his prime, could well prove to be quite a coup for the Chinese League.
The Manchester United and England captain rejected a move to Beijing Guoan over the summer and is solely focused on the Red Devils as he hopes to become the leading goalscorer for the club. However, the reduced involvement this term, may turn his head towards China in the summer and United may also look to offload their highest earner to free up space for summer target Antoine Griezmann.