Arsenal To Make Alexis Sanchez Premier League's Highest-paid Player

  • Arsenal To Make Alexis Sanchez Premier League's Highest-paid Player

Arsenal To Make Alexis Sanchez Premier League's Highest-paid Player

Furthermore, while the former Udinese and Barcelona striker has allegedly told his teammates that he is resigned to staying at the club this season before leaving for free next summer, City are still waiting in the wings ready to make a move.

Alexis Sanchez has suddenly got Arsenal fans very nervous after accidentally revealing that he is now in Paris, confirming reports that he flew to the French capital.

PSG and Manchester City have both been mooted as potential destinations for the Chilean, but Wenger says that the club have yet to receive a formal bid for the forward. "I think if you read the French papers, they are on Mbappe's case to finish their transfer market". It's not like they are going to sell him for £50m and take £200 of everybody's season tickets because we've sold our best player.

Sanchez returned to the club late after the summer break and has not featured in any pre-season games after playing at the Confederations Cup with Chile.

The Chilean worldwide suffered the injury in training on Sunday morning and will now miss our first two games against Leicester and Stoke while he could also be a doubt to face Liverpool at the end of the month. "He had a scan two days ago and he's out for a while". "He had an abdominal strain and could be out for one or two weeks". "But of course at the moment I have now 33 players and it is very hard to manage on a daily basis such a high number". It can happen in pre-season and anyway, I don't think I would have included him on Friday night. "I rate him as a player but we have similar types with Alex Iwobi, Jack Wilshere back, Mesut Ozil - we have plenty of the same type of players".

They defeated Chelsea again when the teams renewed acquaintances at Wembley in last Sunday's Community Shield, winning a penalty shootout 4-1 after a 1-1 draw. "No", he replied when asked if any players were poised to leave.

"At the moment the most active have been United, City and Liverpool a bit".