Alexis Sanchez latest: Barcelona and Chile striker 'not interested' in signing for Liverpool and will decide between Juventus and Arsenal
Spanish media report Liverpool not on the Chilean's radar
Alexis Sanchez will decide between joining Arsenal and Juventus but not Liverpool, according to reports in Spain.
The Barcelona forward is wanted by a number of clubs after stand out performances with Chile in the World Cup, and Brendan Rodgers sees him as the perfect replacement for Luis Suarez, should the Uruguayan complete a move to the Nou Camp.
But according to Spanish TV station TV3, Sanchez has ruled out a move to Merseyside and will instead listen to offers from Juventus and Arsenal.
It had been previously reported that Sanchez would be used as bait for Barcelona's blockbuster move for Suarez.
However, it is not all good news for the Gunners, however, as Sanchez is also believed to prefer a move back to the Italian giants over a move to north London. Arsenal would likely be willing to offer the Chilean more money.
Sanchez, who scored 21 goals and added 15 assists last season, previously played in Italy for Udinese.
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