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Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez called up by Chile for World Cup qualifiers

Arsene Wenger has said he'd rather keep Alexis Sanchez at the club and take a financial loss at the end of the Chilean's contract.
Arsene Wenger expects the injured Alexis Sanchez to miss Arsenal's opening two Premier League fixtures.

Alexis Sanchez has been called up for Chile's upcoming qualifiers against Paraguay and Bolivia, despite a recent injury.

Sanchez, whose future at Arsenal has been a talking point for most of the year, was ruled out of the Gunners' Premier League opener with Leicester last week due to an abdominal strain, with Arsene Wenger stating his star forward was likely to be "out for a while."

However Chile, who will re-open their qualifying campaign on Aug. 31 against Paraguay, have seen fit to include the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Inter Milan eyeing Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal as summer's big signing

Arturo Vidal
Arturo Vidal joined Bayern Munich two years ago after four seasons with Juventus.

After being turned aside by two of their top targets, Inter Milan are hoping Arturo Vidal may be eager to return to Italy.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter Milan are hoping to add the 30-year-old midfielder after their attempts to move for AS Roma's Radja Nainggolan and RB Leipzig's Naby Keita were turned away.

Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti said last week in Singapore that Vidal would "stay with us 100 percent," but it seems the Chile international is still hoping for a move -- even though...

 By Nayib Moran

Chilean footballers' romance with Liga MX continues to grow

As Keisuke Honda's dream move at AC Milan came to an end, questions arise whether or not Pachuca is a good fit.

MEXICO CITY -- Back in the 2003 Apertura, three Chilean forwards who were stealing the headlines in Liga MX were Sebastian "Chamagol" Gonzalez at Atlante, Luis Quinteros at Puebla, and Reinaldo Navia at Morelia. Gonzalez finished the season with six goals, Navia with 12 and Quinteros with nine. Before the 2003 Apertura, Gonzalez completed the 2003 Clausura with 16 goals and the 2002 Apertura with 13.

It's always been the case to see top Chilean footballers in Liga MX; there's a long list that...

 By Nick Ames

Germany and Chile dominate Confederations Cup Best XI

The guys respond to your tweets about Germany, Wayne Rooney and Arsene Wenger, and Stevie's wishlist for Liverpool

The 2017 Confederations Cup is over and Germany are the champions. But who were the standout performers in the tournament? Here is our best XI.

Goalkeeper: Claudio Bravo (Chile)

It was no fault of Bravo's that he ended up on the losing side in the final -- indeed, he made a couple of useful saves to keep Chile in the game as Germany stretched them on the break -- but his major contribution in the tournament came four days previous. Three penalty saves in the semifinal shootout against Portugal took...

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Chile has 'nothing to reproach' Marcelo Diaz for after Confed Cup loss - Vidal

A Chile dominated match ended with a young German squad capturing the Confed Cup title, thanks to Lars Stindl's lone goal.
Janusz Michallik hails a new golden generation for Germany after their Confederations Cup final triumph over Chile.
The FC panel can't believe Gonzalo Jara was not sent off for Chile in the Confederations Cup final after a VAR review.

Arturo Vidal has absolved Chile teammate Marcelo Diaz of any blame after the midfielder's first-half error led to Germany's deciding goal in Sunday's Confederations Cup final.

The South American champions dominated the opening 20 minutes of the 1-0 loss in St Petersburg, but conceded a goal against the run of play after Diaz gave away possession and allowed Timo Werner to set up Lars Stindl for the winner.

Chile were unable to force their way back into the game after Diaz's gaffe, despite registering...