Jack Wilshere and Alexis Sanchez wanted by Pep Guardiola

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Incoming Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants to sign two Arsenal players this summer. 

According to the Mirror, the former Barcelona coach has identified Jack Wilshere and Alexis Sanchez as two potential signings for his new club. 

In fact, the report also claims that Guardiola wants to secure the services of Tottenham star Danny Rose. 


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If the report is to be believed, then, Guardiola is set to invest heavily in his new squad in the summer transfer window. 

Arsenal fans, understandably, won't be expecting two lose two of their first-team players to City, but the two clubs do have a history when it comes to transfers. 

Double deal

Wilshere, of course, has only just returned from a long injury lay-off and Gunners fans will be desperate to see him maintain his fitness in the 2016/17 campaign. 

Sanchez, on the other hand, has had a topsy-turvy season at the Emirates, but he's still recognised as one of the club's leading players.

The report claims that City are prepared to offer as much as £80 million for both players, but it's far from certain as to whether the Gunners would be interested in offloading either player. 

One thing is for sure, Guardiola will have his eyes firmly set on City's clash against Swansea City today. 

If the Citizens secure all three points then they will be involved in next year's Champions League competition. 

Do you expect City to move for Wilshere, Sanchez and Rose? Have your say below! 


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