Arsene Wenger Still Wants Alexis Sanchez To Remain At Arsenal
Arsene Wenger Still Wants Alexis Sanchez To Remain At Arsenal
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29 Agosto, 2017, 00:00
Sanchez missed the Gunners' first two Premier League games with an abdominal strain but has resumed full training and will be included in the squad for Sunday's trip to Anfield.
The north Londoners are still a very good side when they click, though, and with talisman Alexis Sanchez returning and new signing Alexandre Lacazette a real threat, there can be no doubting that they will cause Liverpool problems.
"He is one of the players the team has to be built around in the future".
'The rest will be more about the desire to play with each other, but usually the good players have that.
Liverpool have a few injury concerns ahead of Sunday's game with Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana and Trent Alexander-Arnold and Philippe Coutinho doubtful. His creative output increased past year and appears set to rise again with Coutinho's possible exit giving him greater license to operate around the pitch rather than working a designated channel.
'I think that was the question we all had when Suarez went to Barcelona and they had already Neymar and Messi.
The two teams also fought it out till the last match of the previous season to decide who gets the final Champions League spot and Liverpool eventually clinched it. With one goal already to his name in the Premier League, this will be the flawless opportunity for him to truly announce his arrival at his new club.
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Furthermore, Wenger and the board might have little choice but to release Sanchez as it's never wise to keep an unhappy player. But who would replace the player once he left? Liverpool's Man of the Match is seeing his effort appreciated widely.
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