It is looking as though the Arsenal fans as well as everyone working for the club are going to have to wait and see what happens with Alexis Sanchez and his future, at least until nearer the end of the current season, as the Chile international star has yet to make his own mind up.
According to a Metro report the decisio9n of Alexis is likely to hinge on whether or not Arsenal can rescue something from the season in the form of a trophy. Whether another FA cup winners medals to add his other and the two Community Shields he has since joining the Gunners would be enough for the striker we do not know.
The report also states that the French champions PSG have made the 28-year old their top transfer target for the summer and we know that Alexis would be almost guaranteed a league title at the very least if he went to Paris to play for them.
They do not seem any closer to the Champions League than us though, so if Arsenal can at least get past Bayern Munich into the quarter-finals it would strengthen our bargaining position. If success is the main motivation for Sanchez though, would the best way to keep him be for the club to show ambition and bring in a new manager to replace Arsene Wenger?