A few days ago, it seemed as though Sanchez's long expected move to City was done and dusted, with several reports indicating that the Chilean forward had agreed personal terms with the Premier League leaders ahead of a £20 million move to the Etihad Stadium.
BT Sports pundit Ferdinand was forced to concede any notion of Sanchez potentially joining his former club United as opposed to City.
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With three of the top four not playing, fifth-placed Tottenham moved level with Liverpool on 44 points, three behind Chelsea . When Spurs finally leave Wembley, they will not remember it too fondly but Son is certainly one player who will miss it.
And, although Wenger gave no clues as to where Sanchez will end up, he believes movement on the matter will come soon after he left the attacker at home for Arsenal's trip to Bournemouth on Sunday.
"He (Sanchez) is being vague at the moment", said the Frenchman.
Jose Mourinho labelled him a "phenomenal player" at his press conference later that day but both the United boss and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola were tight-lipped about a potential move for the forward.
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We will not accept such insults, even from a leader of a friendly country, no matter how powerful. She said the United States also faced difficulties, like unemployment and inequality.
Asked if a resolution was imminent, Wenger added: "Yes, but don't read too much into it because even I don't know what way it will go".
In the tweet below, Ferdinand explains that he would love to see Sanchez join United and that he will personally direct the Chilean to Old Trafford to help push a move. But in relation to Alexis Sanchez I don't say a word. Guardiola's team are more comfortable with the player completing his left 6-months contract at the Emirates to get him for free.
"They are top of the league, they are going to win the league this season, they are in the Champions League, they are looking like they will be in the final for the League cup, the FA Cup as well potentially".
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