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Guardiola Demands Sanchez Move, 4/5 On For A January Deal

05 January 2018

"The clubs I worked with always try to do the best - sometimes it's possible, sometimes it's not - but it's not a big problem". We are going to rotate some players but we are focused because it's Burnley. Interest from Paris St-Gerrmain may force their hand for the player they thought they had signed in a £60m deal last summer.

City are 15 points clear at the top of the Premier League, through to the last 16 of the Champions League and into the Carabao Cup semi-finals.

Quizzed on the team's quadruple chances, he told reporters: "Maybe [ask] that question in March or April, if we are still in four competitions, we can talk".

Guardiola insists his complaints about the Christmas programme were not about the number of fixtures, but the close proximity of the games on December 31 and January 2. We would need 32 players to play four competitions and it is not realistic to have 32 players.

He said: "All the doctors, the physios, all around the world, say that in 48 hours, the body does not recover to play again, in such a demanding competition like now".

"But we have to adapt. If the schedule next season says you have to play every two days, then every two days we are going to play".

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Burnley's 3-0 loss at the Etihad in October is their joint-heaviest defeat of the season, with Sean Dyche's side flying high in seventh place in the Premier League despite a five-game winless run.

A move for Sanchez looks more likely after striker Gabriel Jesus was ruled out for around six weeks with a medial collateral ligament injury but Guardiola says he's not pressuring director of football Txiki Begiristain for new arrivals. They make unbelievable results.

Bookmakers believe the deal is a certainty, with odds of 5/6 on for Sanchez's move to City to be sealed in the January window.

Arsenal contract rebel Alexis Sanchez has already verbally agreed to join Manchester City and does not want to join any other club, according to reports. The toughest period to buy players is now, because everybody wants to keep their players, so it is not easy.

While Pep Guardiola will be looking towards strengthening his defence, the opportunity to sign a player who would fit his system down to a T might be too good to pass up, depending on Nice's asking price.

Guardiola Demands Sanchez Move, 4/5 On For A January Deal