Man Utd got a player who could be sensational for them - but the cost (wage wise) is astronomical. He's basically converted his transfer fee into wages.... maybe this is the way of the future.... I think Man Utd are risking a massive amount on a 29 year old who, quite clearly, can be an issue in the dressing room. And whilst they can justify Sanchez's wages to themselves, I think they'll have great fun when the other star players contracts are up.....
Arsenal have done as well as they could, given that they let themselves get into this ridiculous position in the first place. In today's market what good would £25 million (the likely fee for Sanchez) have done them? They certainly couldn't have got a player of anything like Mikhitaryan's stature for that money.
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Anyone think there'll be any big shock transfer or loans before the finish.
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350 grand a week for that cunt.
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