Arsene Wenger has insisted Arsenal are ready to carry on spending in the January transfer window. Gunners boss Wenger has already brought in Henrikh Mkhitaryan, is closing in on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but made it very clear they got more cash to buy more reinforcements this month. Arsenal are keen on West Brom defender Jonny Evans and Mainz defender Abdou Diallo and that is an area where they are still looking to strengthen and Wenger claimed “a lot will happen” yet.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City all enjoyed big wins on another pulsating weekend of Premier League action. The Gunners shrugged off the Alexis Sanchez circus to race into a 4-0 lead against Crystal Palace and eventually run out 4-1 winners. Chelsea also hit four at Brighton where Eden Hazard turned in one of the individual performances of the season.
Alexis Sanchez has claimed he has joined the “biggest club in the world” - and is set to make his debut at one of the smallest. Sanchez, 29, moved to Manchester United with Henrikh Mkhitaryan moving the other way as the long-running transfer saga was finally resolved. It means Old Trafford’s new superstar could play his first game for United at League Two strugglers Yeovil in the FA Cup on Friday night as their ground holds less than 10,000.
When was Sanchez deal really “done...” Wenger: “I took him to the hotel the night before the Palace game and he was completely focused and ready to play the next day until I told him: ‘look you can go home, the deal is over the line.’ So, that’s what he did.”
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