Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Alexis Sanchez breaks silence on future after new Bayern Munich link

Alexis Sanchez breaks silence on future after new Bayern Munich link

Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez's future has been dominating the headlines in recent weeks - here's what the player recently had to say about the rumours going around.

Sanchez's contract expires in the summer of 2018, when he could leave on a free transfer, so the Gunners are keen to tie him down to a new deal, or face having to sell him this summer.

Sanchez, however, believes that Arsenal fans owe Wenger for his tremendous contribution to the club.

He is the in-form man for the Gunners but it remains to be seen if Alexis Sanchez will be wearing the red jersey of Arsenal next season.

"I have to build some teams with the minimum of conditions to fight for a result", Mourinho said.

"Nobody questions his desire and his quality".

"Because sometimes when I look at the team we have and the players here... because when it comes to winning the Premier League we often lose or draw against teams at home when we are superior. Hopefully that will last for a long time".

Arsenal's likely failure to finish in the top four could have a significant impact, though.

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He told Sky Sports: "I don't think there are a lot of players like him and a player like this who can be the difference during the game, it's rare".

"Barca, Real Madrid, Bayern, they always buy more players and I think we can have the option to buy more players to be stronger every day".

Wenger, 67, has never finished outside of the top four in a full season at the helm since his appointment in 1996.

'For me, it (fan demonstrations) is very bad, ' said the Chilean.

"So I don't know why suddenly it could become such a big problem".

"I'm quite surprised. I want to absolutely make sure that we are in there but after that let's get to 75 points and see what happens".

But Sunderland boss David Moyes claimed those remarks were ill-judged.

'I always said the same: I try to do my best, to support the team, to score goals, to win victories.

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