Alexis Sanchez wants to leave Arsenal. Here's why

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The Gunners are enduring perhaps their worst ever season under manager Arsene Wenger, and now sit sixth in the Premier League, seven points behind fourth-placed Manchester City.

Carragher went onto say that neither players performances are good enough for a club of Arsenal's stature.

Sanchez is among the nominees for the PFA Player of the Year award, having notched 18 goals and 10 assists in the Premier League this season.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed he switched Alexis Sanchez from his centre forward position back to the wing because the Chilean prefers playing out wide.

In 2011, Guardiola signed Alexis Sanchez at Barcelona, although left for a sabbatical a year later. Leicester had already wrapped up the league title a year ago when the 28-yearold reacted angrily to being taken off in an end-of-season league game against Norwich when Wenger substituted him for defensive midfielder Francis Coquelin six minutes from time.

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"I can not confirm that we have offered that", he told a news conference.

But Ozil, Wenger's record signing for Arsenal in 2013, has lent his support to the manager and feels he deserves more respect. Local outlets seem pretty concerned with their national team star's future, and with a promising transfer window coming, many rumours are getting started in South America.

Tottenham are now second in the table, 14 points ahead of Arsenal, although they have played a game more, and Redknapp feels that his former club have a much stronger team.

The football player is happy to stay in London with a winning team, and hopes to finish his contract there. He is also allegedly keen on moving to City and has already made up his mind about reuniting with Guardiola, so couple that with Pep's non-denial and.