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"I know that if other clubs did not get him it’s not a problem of money, for sure. That’s not a problem of money. You go and analyse the numbers and Manchester City spent more money than us, Chelsea spent more money than us, I think even Everton spent more money than us. I don’t think that’s the problem. When people speak about salaries, first of all I have many doubts. I am sure the numbers that are written are not exactly the numbers. Secondly, you have to put things in perspective. How much would Alexis Sanchez cost on a normal transfer, from club to club, as a player with two or three years of contract? We look to the numbers now and I would say roughly between £100-150million. So you put things into perspective – you go to the numbers that the club didn’t pay on the transfer. You go to the numbers that the club pays in salaries, which are obviously higher than others, but you put things into perspective. You go to the numbers that the club pays in salaries, which are obviously higher than others, but you put things in perspective. You get a calculator and you arrive into different conclusions. Alexis could go everywhere, he had lots of choices, he decided to come here and you have to ask him why. Was expensive? Was cheap? Honestly I think it was fair. I think it's a very good deal for us. I know he has a big passion for football.But we work also, for money. That’s the same for every one of us. I know he wanted to play in a different club, for his reasons, and obviously he wanted to be paid according to his quality.”