Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Could Alexis Sanchez Be Planning To Leave Arsenal? This Could Be A Big Blow For The Gunners In Future

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This is obviously not what any Arsenal fan will love to see on the news headlines. According to reports earlier today, Alexis Sanchez wants Arsenal to include a release clause in his contract before extending his stay at the Emirates Stadium. You all know what this means.
Could Alexis Sanchez Be Planning To Leave Arsenal? This Could Be A Big Blow For The Gunners In Future
It is believed that Arsenal negotiated a new deal with Sanchez at the end of last season but couldn't reach an agreement with the Chilean striker. This made a lot of people think that he had plans of leaving the club in the summer. Anyways, Arsenal made this impossible by promptly refusing any move which was made for the player by other clubs.

Alexis Sanchez has about two years left in his contract and Arsenal looks set to open negotiations with the player for a contract extension. However, reports from reliable sources are claiming that the Chilean has told the club to include a release clause in the deal if they want him to extend his contract with the club.

This sounds quite weird because everyone knows what it means when a player starts to insist on adding a release clause to his contract. Adding a release clause to Sanchez's contract will make it easier for him to leave the club at any point in time should a club activate the clause. It's quite obvious that the Chilean may consider a move elsewhere in the future and this will be a big blow for Arsenal looking at the contributions he has been making to the team ever since he joined the club.

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