It seems that Manchester City could be rivalled in their attempt to sign Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez during the winter transfer window, as French giants Paris Saint-Germain look to re-ignite the bidding war.
Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly had their heads turned by the prospect of bringing Alexis Sanchez to the French capital.
However, they will apparently face a battle with Manchester City.
Real Madrid are also interested in taking the Chilean to the Bernabeu.
Reported in Mirror Football the Parisian club have reignited their interest in Sanchez and may have to make a move in January if they want to jump ahead of the Citizens in the race for his signature.
PSG have apparently made an approach to Sanchez’s representatives, but it is unclear in Financial Fair Play will allow a deal to materialise.
City boss Pep Guardiola is desperate for a reunion with the striker, who played for him at Barcelona, and the table-topping Mancunians were prepared to wait until the summer to get their man on a free transfer. Although the interest from PSG, could force City to act earlier than previously anticipated.
It is understood that PSG have already been in contact with the Chilean’s representatives, and he would be another massive addition to their incredibly talented squad.
The French club also believe the added attraction of moving to Paris from similarly cosmopolitan London could be significant in beating their Manchester rivals to his capture.