Pizzi: Top clubs all want Sanchez
Chile boss Juan Antonio Pizzi says all the top clubs are looking to secure the signature of Alexis Sanchez.
Pizzi has been speculating on the future of the Arsenal striker, who sees his contract at the Emirates run out next summer and is being heavily touted for a move away from north London this summer.
Sanchez will play for Chile in the Confederations Cup semi-final against European champions Portugal on Wednesday.
He has been an influential figure at Arsenal since joining from Barcelona in 2014 and scored 30 goals in 51 appearances for Arsenal last season.
While that was enough to bring the FA Cup to the Emirates again, Arsenal failed to muster any sort of title challenge, missed out on the top four for the first time in 20 years and suffered an embarrassing European exit at the hands of Bayern Munich.
His international boss says there are no signs of the player being unsettled, but he concedes that every top club would be eager to have Sanchez on their books.
"We think he's very happy. He's giving his best like everyone else," said Pizzi.
"Everybody would like to be at the best clubs in the world, he is already at one, and everyone wants to have him in the squad. He's very focused and he knows exactly what he has to do.
"We will see what happens in the future. Right now he feels very comfortable and he's committed to the national team."
Chile are 11/5 to beat Portugal in their Confederation Cup clash. The Portuguese are 29/20 and the draw is 9/4.
Sanchez is 5/1 to score the opening goal.
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