Huge: Everton are planning an audacious bid for Arsenal star

Everton have scored only 7 goals this season in the league so far.

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Everton are planning to make a move for Arsenal’s want away star Alexis Sanchez, according to reports. This will be an astonishing move for the Chilean if it happens, as Everton eye the sensational swoop for the Chilean.

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Everton haven’t been able to replace Romelu Lukaku

Alexis Sanchez was poised to make a move to Man City on deadline day after his contract renewal talks with Arsenal was broken, but the Gunners decided to not let him go to City and that had made the Chile star unhappy. He is on the last year of his contract and may go for free next summer. But Everton are eyeing to bid for him this January and show their intent to their fans, according to The Sun.

Moshiri would love to pay a £30 million deal for the Chilean if Arsenal decide to cash in on their contract rebel.

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Sanchez has grown frustrated at Arsenal

But Sanchez has already stated he wants Champions League football with Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain top of his wishlist. However, Mishiri has already shown his ambition by signing Wayne Rooney from Manchester United.

Also Olivier Giroud was also on the verge of joining the Toffees this summer.

The Chilean will be available if Everton can pay around £35 million as Arsenal may just look to get something for him instead of letting him go on free next season.

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Sanchez to Everton?

On the other hand, reports also coming that Man City may not make a go for Sanchez in January, rather they will wait until next season and grab him for free. Man City’s £60 million offer was rejected at the last moment by the Gunners and they now are plotting to play the wait game and snap him up without any transfer fee.

There were speculations that City may come back with a cut price deal in January, but Mirror has claimed that Pep Guardiola will wait for his man until next season.

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