Neymar needs to confirm Barca future Arsenal have brought in Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon to bolster their forward unit, but Seaman believes the Gunners would have a hard time finding a direct replacement for Alexis should he leave the club. "He’s a guy who is just brilliant all over the pitch." The failure to finish in a top-four position last term has seen a host of first-team players linked with a summer exit, with Mesut Ozil at the forefront of the speculation.
The Germany international also sees his deal expire at the end of the upcoming season, though contract talks are currently ongoing.
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“It is exciting that we have a cup final to go to but let’s not take our focus off what really needs to be done which is obviously the league and the Europa League,” he told talk SPORT.
With just a year remaining on his contract at the Emirates, however, and with Arsenal having failed to qualify for the Champions League next season, a lucrative move away seems likely. He’s got a year left on his contract, his price-tag, I’d guess, would be around £50-70 million – you can’t guarantee spending that money and getting a player as good as Sanchez.
Get odds on Arsenal-Leicester The Chile international playmaker reportedly was made a priority target by City boss Pep Guardiola and a deal looked close, with Alexis agreeing terms at the Etihad club.
However, Arsenal's reluctance to sell to a Premier League rival apparently slowed the process and allowed PSG to hold talks with the 28-year-old and his representatives in Paris last week.
"[Arsene Wenger's] main problem is going to be holding on to Alexis Sanchez," Seaman told Goal.
"I would do whatever it takes to hold on to him because he’s a quality player who you wouldn’t want to be leaving the club, especially to your rivals.