06 April, 2017
Antonio Conte has again insisted it would be "disrespectful" to both Arsenal and his players to discuss the possibility of bringing Alexis Sanchez to Chelsea.
'When I sign a contract, I commit until the last day of my contract.
Sol Campbell has urged Arsenal to do everything within their power to keep Alexis Sanchez and is not convinced a transfer to Chelsea would be the right career move for the Chile global.
According to RMC Sport, Sanchez's agent and PSG are expected to hold talks again in mid-April.
Alexis is Arsenal's top-scorer this season, netting 17 goals in the Premier League alone, and replacing the Chilean could be a hard, and expensive, task.
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The Chilean already said it himself that he wants to play for a club with a winning mentality in London and Chelsea are already planning a bid. The French outfit is looking for quality player to lead their attack and while Edinson Cavani has done a good job, Zlatan is still sorely missed by the defending champions.
It's also claimed that Chelsea have made the signing of the 28-year-old a priority, and the three Premier League clubs will now compete for the Chile international's signature in the summer transfer window.
Of course even if this is the case, there's no doubt that Arsenal would likely prefer to sell to a team outside their own division.
The figure, though, is unlikely to deter anyone.
"I definitely think Sanchez could be a Chelsea player next season".