Alexis Sanchez has reportedly turned down a massive £400,000/week contract offer from China as he continues to run down his Arsenal deal (via The Mirror).
Despite not scoring or even playing particularly well at the moment, Alexis Sanchez is still grabbing the headlines at Arsenal.
The Chilean’s future is still open and with his current Arsenal contract expiring at the end of the season, there is much uncertainty about what will happen next.
Now, the 28-year-old has reportedly turned down a move to China despite being offered a massive pay increase.
Chinese side Hebei China Fortune are said to have offered the Arsenal man upwards of £400,000 per week to relocate to the Chinese Premier League.
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Hebei China Fortune are managed by fellow Chilean, Manuel Pellegrini and feature players like Ezequiel Lavezzi and Gervinho.
It seems that Alexis Sanchez has his heart set on a move to Manchester City if reports are to be believed. Money doesn’t seem to be the issue for the Chilean after turning down the riches of the Chinese Premier League to remain in England. Let’s just wait and see what happens.