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Three English clubs in the race for Alexis Sanchez

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Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham are all looking to sign Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona despite agreeing personal terms with Juventus, according to the Daily Express.

Despite personal terms being agreed the Italian champions have yet to meet Barcelona's asking price of at least £20 million.

This still leaves the door open for English clubs to hijack the deal.

Manchester United would be the favourite amongst the English clubs to secure his signature.

After failure to gain entry into next years Champions League, the 20 times champions of England have to spend big to finish in the top four next season.

However the same may apply for Tottenham who are once again looking to get that illusive fourth spot.

With the arrival of Mauricio Pochettino to the North London side, that could be a factor for the Barcelona striker to link up with another South American.

Liverpool will have the attraction of champions League football but with Sturridge and Suarez set to be the the main strikers it will be hard for the Chilean to break through.

Also the signing of Rickie Lambert will add competition for who will be the third striking option for the Reds.

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