Alexis Sanchez is set to be one of the most talked about players of the summer, with Arsenal yet to tie him down to a new contract. The Chilean has been in astonishing form all season, and has been linked with a number of rival clubs including Chelsea, Manchester United, Man City, PSG, Juventus and even Bayern Munich.
So the season is finally over, and we will finally soon find out the truth behind the Arsenal transfer rumours regarding Alexis, Ozil and Oxlade-Chamberlain, amongst others. Obviously for Arsenal fans the biggest worry we have is that Alexis Sanchez will be allowed to leave because we refuse to match his wage demands, or simply because he wants to go to a club that will win trophies and have a real chance of winning the Champions League.
With just one Premier League fixture and an FA Cup final left for Arsenal this season, the Gunners are well underway in being the forefront of the transfer window. Outgoing rumours certainly take top spot over incoming players, especially with Alexis and Ozil being on the brink of possible moves away. But Arsenal also have their fair share of transfer rumours surrounding potential transfer targets for the summer, one of which being Everton’s Ross Barkley.
A whole host of Arsenal players are being linked with a move away from the club this summer, but which of those do we need to keep?
Harry Redknapp has claimed that the sale of Alexis Sanchez to Chelsea would lead to uproar from Arsenal’s fans.
The Chilean superstar is heavily linked with the exit door this summer, and reports claim that the Blues will pursue a deal should Eden Hazard push to move to Real Madrid in the coming window.
Martin Keown was talking about Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez’s future at Arsenal, and seems as though he just let slip that Arsene Wenger is leaving the club.
There has been uncertainty over the futures of our two key players this term, as well as that of Arsene Wenger, and Keown seems to believe that all three are leaving this summer.
The biggest question for Arsenal and us fans to consider once the current season is over and we know whether Arsenal get a top four finish or an FA cup trophy, is whether Arsene Wenger is going to stay or go, but that is likely to be announced pretty quickly.
The current campaign is nearly over, and with questions having been raised over Petr Cech’s retained ability this season, we thought we’d delve into who else could play between the sticks for next term.