Manchester United have emerged because the frontrunners to signal Sanchez, who’s out of contract on the finish of the season.
Reports have instructed United have put in combination a monetary package deal that eclipses what City are ready to pay.
Express Sport understands United have attempted to take a look at the waters with a £25million be offering for Sanchez and explored the choice of Henrikh Mkhitaryan getting used as a possible makeweight.
But Sky Sports pundit Redknapp thinks the Gunners are better off promoting Sanchez to City as antagonistic to United.
“For them to finish in the top four this season is not going got be easy, and that’s why selling Sanchez to Manchester United would make no sense to me at all,” Redknapp advised Sky Sports.
“Sell him to City. The fact is that Arsenal and Manchester City don’t seem to be competitors, however Arsenal are giant competitors with United as a result of they’re each combating for the ones most sensible 4 spots.
“Wenger has put such a lot emphasis on completing within the most sensible 4 through the years, so why would he now cross and improve one in all his primary competitors?”
Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho used to be requested about whether or not United will signal Sanchez this month and he stated: “If someone speaks of one in all my gamers to inform we have an interest or we don’t seem to be , I wouldn’t be very, more than pleased.
“Sanchez is an Arsenal participant, I don’t know however most definitely this weekend he’s going to shield Arsenal colors so I don’t assume it’s proper to say issues about Alexis Sanchez.
“At the overall stage what I will say is myself and the Manchester United board, the house owners, we don’t consider so much within the January marketplace, we don’t consider in signing a participant simply to signal a participant, simply to do one thing, we don’t consider in that.”
Sanchez, who used to be dropped to the bench for the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg in opposition to Chelsea previous this week, may just get started in opposition to Bournemouth on Sunday (1.30pm).