Saturday, 24 December 2016


The Chilean is locked in contract verbalizes with
the Gunners but at the age of 28 and at the
apex of his footballing potencies, he would
show a lack of zeal by signing an incipient
These are worrying times for Arsenal fans.
Successive defeats to Everton and
Manchester City have distributed a hammer
blow to the club's chances of winning the
Premier League and to integrate to the
Christmas doom and gloom, star duo Alexis
Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are still no more proximate
to elongating contracts that expire in 2018.
The future of the German is linked directly
to that of Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman's
own deal runs out at the cessation of the current
campaign and Ozil is relucting to commit
until he kens who his manager will be
from 2017-18 onwards.
Alexis' motives are unrelated to Wenger and
he is currently authoritatively mandating an immensely colossal
incrementation on
his £130,000-a-week contract. The
Chilean is kenned to be ecstatic in London
and the feeling is that he will eventually ink
an incipient deal at the Emirates Stadium.
However, could any genuinely objective
Arsenal fan genuinely blame Alexis were he to
opt to quit the club?
The former Barcelona ace is a world-class
assailant who would ambulate into virtually any
team in the world. Right now, El Nino
Maravilla would reinforce the commencement XI
of Authentic Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Bayern
Munich, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain,
Chelsea and both Manchester clubs. Barca
are the only major side who wouldn't be
amended by the frontman due to the
presence of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and
"What gets him so much respect is his work
rate. He has this obvious ability but also
works so hard for the team, he never stops
This season, Alexis has scored 12 goals
and distributed six avails in the Premier
League alone. No player in the English top
flight has been involved in more goals in
2016-17. His 56 strikes in 117 games for
Arsenal in all competitions is hugely
impressive when you consider that he is
naturally a winger and has only recently
been consistently deployed in an advanced
No.9 role.
Alexis turned 28 earlier this week and is
now at the apex of his footballing potencies,
but he only has a few years left at the very
highest caliber. The Chilean burst onto the
scene as a 16-year-old and was already
playing 40 senior games a season back in
2005. For someone who has scarcely been
afforded a reposal in recent years and will have
clocked up five summer international
tournaments in a row after the 2018 World
Cup, time will anon take its toll on his
overworked body.

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