Published: Fri, August 18, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Alexis Sanchez might leave Arsenal for free: Arsene Wenger

Alexis Sanchez might leave Arsenal for free: Arsene Wenger

"Yes. I rate him highly, he is one of the players who is on his way up and has made huge progress". "I personally think the real question we have to answer is does the hunger index increase or decrease when you have a short contract or a long contract?"

Jurgen Klopp has always been linked with a move for the 24-year-old and the Liverpool boss could be viewing the versatile Oxlade-Chamberlain as an alternative target to Naby Keita after failing to persuade RB Leipzig to sell the midfielder.

Arsene Wenger had the following to say about players who are rumoured to be exiting Arsenal during the remaining weeks of the transfer window.

On Alexis penning new terms, he said: "Look, at the moment no, because we have not progressed on that front".

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he is prioritising sporting success over the club's finances this season by refusing to sell Alexis Sanchez.

"Let's not be wrong, it's not an ideal situation on the financial side and it demands some sacrifice".

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Alexis Sanchez might leave Arsenal for free: Arsene Wenger

"Of course (Sanchez will stay)", he told beIN Sports.

Wenger said Sanchez is "working very hard in training" but will probably miss Saturday's trip to Stoke as well before returning against Liverpool the following weekend.

Wenger knows that he needs the board's support in his stance to forego a Sanchez fee and he admitted that they could pull the rug out from underneath him on this, and force Sanchez to be sold. This is a little bit of a special situation when you look from outside, it's a little bit of a different situation.

'It's important that the players aren't half in and half out and they are completely in'. According to multiple reports, Chamberlain has turned down a new deal from the Gunners and he wants to join a club where he can play in his preferred midfield position on a regular basis.

The Frenchman also confirmed he will support potential plans to close the summer transfer window before the Premier League kick-off from next year.

Wilshere is yet another player who has less than a year on his contract and was loaned out to Bournemouth last season as his opportunities in north London were limited.

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