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Alexis Sanchez left Arsenal squad at Bournemouth

Alexis Sanchez left Arsenal squad at Bournemouth

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Alexis Sanchez has refused to sign a new Arsenal contract with his current deal expiring in the summer
Alexis Sanchez was omitted from Arsenal’s squad to face Bournemouth on Sunday as Manchester City or Manchester City speculation. Sanchez, 29, with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been left unattached for a long time.
The Chile International has signed up for a new Arsenal contract with his current deal expiring in the summer, and the United States is reportedly both keen on recruiting him this month. Wenger, whose side is sixth in the Premier League table, confirmed before kick-off at Dean Court that he remained unsure on Sanchez’s future. “He’s being vague, we have left him at home because of the situation,” Wenger told Sky Sports. “I still do not know what is going to happen.” Wenger admitted on Friday that Sanchez would not be signing a new deal, paving the way for him to leave the club, adding that a bidding war could help Arsenal. Jose Mourinho reads a “phenomenal player” at his boss and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola were tight-lipped about a potential move for the forward. Guardiola’s bid to buy Sanchez collapsed at Arsenal’s reported £ 35 million ($ 48 million, 39 million euros) asking price.

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Alexis Sanchez left Arsenal squad at Bournemouth

Alexis Sanchez left Arsenal squad at Bournemouth

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Alexis Sanchez has refused to sign a new Arsenal contract with his current deal expiring in the summer
Alexis Sanchez was omitted from Arsenal’s squad to face Bournemouth on Sunday as Manchester City or Manchester City speculation. Sanchez, 29, with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been left unattached for a long time.
The Chile International has signed up for a new Arsenal contract with his current deal expiring in the summer, and the United States is reportedly both keen on recruiting him this month. Wenger, whose side is sixth in the Premier League table, confirmed before kick-off at Dean Court that he remained unsure on Sanchez’s future. “He’s being vague, we have left him at home because of the situation,” Wenger told Sky Sports. “I still do not know what is going to happen.” Wenger admitted on Friday that Sanchez would not be signing a new deal, paving the way for him to leave the club, adding that a bidding war could help Arsenal. Jose Mourinho reads a “phenomenal player” at his boss and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola were tight-lipped about a potential move for the forward. Guardiola’s bid to buy Sanchez collapsed at Arsenal’s reported £ 35 million ($ 48 million, 39 million euros) asking price.

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