Alexis Sanchez to Arsenal: Has Barcelona striker's agent dropped hint over transfer destination?
The Chile international is also wanted by Liverpool
Amid the tug-of-war between Arsenal and Liverpool for Alexis Sanchez, every little detail is being analysed and the latest development is in favour of the Gunners.
Reports already suggest the Chile international is keener on a move to London over Merseyside, despite his current club Barcelona preferring he make the move to Anfield to ease Luis Suarez's switch to the Nou Camp.
Now there is more evidence to suggest the Emirates could his likelier destination.
Fernando Felicevich, the player's agent who is understood to be leading talks over Sanchez's sale, has begun following Arsenal's official Twitter account along with many of the Gunner's most senior players.
Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla, Mesut Ozil and Mikel Arteta are among those that Felicevich has suddenly started to follow.
Whilst Felicevich also follows Manchester United, Barcelona and Juventus on the social networking site - he does not follow Liverpool's official Twitter account.
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