Arsenal succumbed to life in the Europa League for next season after an extended run of undesirable form this year, and some people have gotten off lightly. All term we have heard calls for Arsene Wenger to leave the club, and the protests by fans demanding change, but maybe the players should have received more flack for their failings this term.
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.
Arsenal are set to take on Sunderland tomorrow evening, and may have to do so without key duo Alexis Sanchez and Laurent Koscielny.
The Gunners need to win both of their remaining Premier League matches to have any hope of reaching the Champions League places, and first they will have to take all three points from their home tie against the already-relegated Sunderland.
Alexis Sanchez is entering the final 12 months of his contract next month, and his Arsenal future is up in the air.
The Gunners striker has so far failed to agree conditions over an extension to his deal, and is strongly linked with a move away from the club this summer.
Ian Wright claims that the speculation linking Alexis Sanchez with a move to Chelsea from Arsenal ‘makes sense’.
The former Gunners striker is a regular on the football talk shows, as well as being a regular at the Emirates Stadium, and remains a keen supporter of Arsenal Football Club.
Alex Iwobi has moved to praise current manager Arsene Wenger amidst strong pressure for him to leave.
The Nigerian is the latest young player to emerge from the academy into a first-team regular, and the manager’s influence in his progression would clearly emphasise his importance at Arsenal.
It almost seems as if Alexis Sanchez is in the news every minute of the day at present, with the latest reports claiming he is due in court for speeding.
The Chilean forward has been in South America on international duty trying to help his country to qualify for the upcoming World Cup next year.
Arsene Wenger’s future remains up in the air at present, and while he is known for not liking too change much in personnel in a short time at Arsenal, the club may not have too much choice this summer.