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Will Alexis Sanchez take this good advice on Arsenal career?

Will Alexis Sanchez take this good advice on Arsenal career?

Bravo and Sanchez had been preparing for a World Cup qualifier against Paraguay in Santiago when Arsenal accepted a £60 million City offer for the forward.

Sanchez returned to a mixed reception from the Emirates Stadium crowd after coming off the bench in Saturday's 3-0 win over Bournemouth, and Bravo is hopeful City will return for his global colleague in January.

The move Bravo was talking about was of course Arsenal's attempt to land Thomas Lemar, who didn't leave Monaco, and while at the time Alexis was unhappy, now he wants to get on with things and try his best for Arsenal this season before leaving in the summer.

There won't be a shortage of clubs looking at Alexis, and Arsenal now face the real possibility he could even end up at Chelsea or Manchester United should either side show an interest in him and Man City look elsewhere.

"At first I thought that he had hit him in the hip, but then I saw clearly that he got him with the face".

"And that's all. Sometimes the deals work, sometimes not".

"This time it was not possible, but hopefully we will have him here in the future".

Guardiola said of Kompany: "He had a little problem in his calf".

The City manager also adressed La Liga president Javier Tebas's comments about their recent spending, as Guardiola revealed that he and City chief executive officer Ferran Soriano, spoke to Tebas.

"Manchester City, what I know is they agree about that".

"He spoke with Ferran I think".

"If he has any issue with us or with any teams, he has Ferran Soriano to ask about any financial issue inside the club", Guardiola said.

"But I would say something - the Premier League has greater stature, really good things".

"Us goalkeepers know this can happen but you never expect it".