Fans And Club React As Alexis Sanchez Set To Leave In Summer

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Alexis Sanchez wants to leave Arsenal at the end of the season, according to the Sun.

There have been talks about Sanchez future since the beginning of the season due to the inability of both the player and Arsenal to agree terms on a new contract.

The Gunners opened extension talks with the player in August but no progress has been made on that front and we don’t know what is happening behind the scenes.

However, the Sun have come up with a huge piece of story which claims the forward wants to leave the Emirates at the end of the season.

The report claims the Chilean was angry with his teammate’s after Wednesday 5-1 humiliation in the hands of Bayern Munich.

The game was marred with negative incident, fans fighting themselves, players blaming themselves and Sanchez is believed to have made a decision to quit the Emirates after the game.

The striker flew out of London on Thursday and the Sun claims he is looking at other options despite Arsenal offering him a contract extension.

Paris Saint Germain and Juventus are believed to be the most interested in the winger and the duo alongside other interested clubs must have been boosted by this report.

This will be difficult for Arsenal fans to swallow as this mean we are on the verge of losing our star player and falling behind our rivals. The exit of Sanchez will likely trigger Ozil’s exit which will leave Arsenal without a single world class player.

We have our hands tied as both players will have a year left in their contract this summer and it would be difficult for us to keep them here against their wishes. What a difficult time to be a Gooner.

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