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"I like him" - Manager confirms he wants attacking midfielder to complete Arsenal transfer

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Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti has finally admitted that he wants to sign Alexis Sanchez.

The Italian says the German giants will be ready to pounce if an opportunity presents itself.

The Chile international - who is also a target for Manchester City - said earlier this week that he already knows where he will play his football next season.

"If an opportunity comes up, the club will be ready," Ancelotti said.

"There are lots of rumours. Alexis is a great player but not the only one in the world. I like Alexis.

"There are possibilities in the transfer market, which can be in many directions.

"I believe that the market is currently somewhat crazy – and Bayern is not a crazy club.

"I know the culture of this club and will not ask for any players for whom the club has to spend crazy sums, but if there are occasions, why not?"

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