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Gary Neville Calls Out Guillem Balague Over Alexis Sanchez to Man United Tweet

Gary Neville Calls Out Guillem Balague Over Alexis Sanchez to Man United Tweet

With Manchester United understood to be rivalling Manchester City for Alexis Sanchez’s signature, Gary Neville has took exception to Guillem Balague’s summary of the situation.

Reports from earlier this afternoon suggested that United would be willing to offer Arsenal a better deal upfront than their local rivals, while City may be willing to walk away from a move for Sanchez all together.

Neither of these stories have been confirmed by any of the three clubs involved and it’s expected that Sanchez’s future may not be decided until the final days of the January window.

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In the mean time, sports journalists up and down the country are asking the same question: where would the Chile international rather play, the Etihad or Old Trafford?

And while La Liga expert Guillem Balague Tweeted the scenario that Sanchez finds himself in, ex-United defender Neville appeared frustrated that the Spaniard summarised Sanchez’s decision as “Pep or money”:

 

If you were Sanchez, which destination would you choose?

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