Accept it. We won’t sign anybody, because we’re “very happy” with our transfer business. I’m laughing at this as I read that Sky report we don’t want Mahrez and we won’t accept a cash deal for Sanchez, but be well prepared for him to depart one way or another.
We messed up the Alexis problem when he wasn’t offered a new contract soon enough. Now it’s dead. His team mates don’t like him because he is a winner and doesn’t accept mediocrity and if we keep him, we’ll lose 70 million and nothing will change either way as the display at Liverpool showed.
We shipped the Ox and good riddance I would say. Nine goals for Arsenal in 132 appearances? It’s interesting whether he’d do better under a good manager like Klopp, but why on earth did he play against Liverpool? Why did Sanches play? I mean Arsene is shooting himself in the foot.
If he keeps Alexis, he’ll have to explain why we lost 70 million for nothing, by keeping an unsettled player that doesn’t care about the club and if Wenger sells, fans (who are already increasingly angrier) will lose it and I’m really expecting Arsene to face the kind of abuse he could never image.
He’s lost the dressing room. People don’t follow his instructions and what I believe is that Wenger will follow the Mourinho road at Chelsea or the Ranier one at Leicester. And both those managers had fans support. Wenger is done, finally finished. There are no more tricks up his sleeve. He is exposed for the coward and clown he is.
Au Revoir monsieur Wenger, you are no longer wanted here. I think that 10 games into the season, wandering around mid-tabled if not worse the board will take action and advice Kroenke to sack him, or the players themselves could ask for this too. It’s inevitable. It could’ve been avoided, but Arsene chose to destroy any sort of legacy he had. You live and die by your choices in football.
Even if he prolongs it for a game or two, the sack is knocking on the door for Arsene.