The Manchester City manager looks set to bolster his squad even further in January.
Manchester City offered Arsenal £60 million for Sanchez six weeks ago, but now it'll accept a third of that.
In the summer, the Portuguese coach mocked Manchester City paying £54 million for Kyle Walker.
Zinedine Zidane's European champions want to continue to dominate.
The German playmaker's contract expires at the end of the season, but he looks set to stay in north London.
Manchester United had a big transfer planned for next summer, but it could be in jeopardy.
The world transfer record was broken this summer, when PSG paid £199 million for Neymar.
Barcelona has made one of Jose Mourinho's forwards its top target.
The German playmaker is set to leave the Emirates for free and his potential destinations won't please Arsene Wenger.
The PSG squad is packed full of talent, too much to fit into one team. Antonio Conte and Jurgen Klopp are looking to take advantage of that.
Mourinho reportedly was preparing himself for a bargain in the new year.
The Spanish giant has a history of plucking English football's best with large fees.
The transfer window reopens on January 1, and Mourinho already has plans for a sensational signing.
The transfer window may have only just closed but Jose Mourinho is already scouting potential signings.
The Portuguese coach already has an eye on the business his team will do next summer.
The two clubs have begun the Premier League season at pace, and will also battle it out in the transfer market.
Manchester United is riding high in the Premier League but there is a problem that needs to be resolved in the background.
Everything is going so smoothly for Mourinho's team, but could he be set to lose one of his strongest assets?
Jose Mourinho has had scouts out in Europe already planning for next season.
Antonio Conte's team has had a good start to the season. Could it have been even better?
The United boss has already taken Nemanja Matic to Old Trafford, now he wants another of his former players.
The English transfer window closes at 11 p.m. BST on Thursday. But will these players be forgotten?
Antonio Conte wants at least three players through the Stamford Bridge door by the time the transfer window closes in England on Thursday night.
The transfer window closes at 11 p.m. BST, leaving Jurgen Klopp's team little over 12 hours to complete the late deal.