In the midst of tenacious reports that Alexis Sanchez needs to leave Arsenal, Gunners manager Arsene Wenger says the Chile forward will profit to preparing for Sunday. Sanchez missed Arsenal's pre-season visit to Australia and China while he rested in the wake of playing for his nation at the Confederations Cup. The previous Barcelona star's nonappearance couldn't control the fact that he could be headed out of the Emirates Stadium in the wake of declining to acknowledge Arsenal's offer of another agreement.
Sanchez's flow bargain runs out toward the finish of the anticipated season and with Arsenal so far unfit to take care of his revealed demand for wages of £300,000-per-week ($393,000, 336,000 euros), he has been connected with Paris Saint Germain, Manchester City, Juventus and Bayern Munich.
Regardless of Sanchez's obvious craving to leave, Wenger, who allegedly conflicted with the striker in the wake of dropping him for a match at Liverpool last season, has stayed undaunted in his conviction he will have the capacity to convince the 28-year-old to remain. Sanchez won't include in this current end of the week's Emirates Cup neighborly competition at Arsenal's stadium, however the £50 million-appraised ($65 million, 56 million euro) star will interface up with his partners at their London Colney preparing base. Germany safeguard Shkodran Mustafi, who likewise missed Arsenal's visit after Confederations Cup obligation, is planned to come back to preparing nearby Sanchez. "Alexis and Mustafi, their first instructional meeting will be on Sunday, the day we play against Sevilla (in the Emirates Cup).
They are training on the day," Wenger disclosed to Arsenal Player. Wenger will keep close tabs on Sanchez and Mustafi's wellness before choosing whether to incorporate them in the FA Cup holders' beginning line-up when they confront Premier League champions Chelsea in the Community Shield at Wembley on August 6.
The Gunners will start their Premier League crusade against Leicester at the Emirates Stadium on August 11. "Most importantly you make an okay examination of where they are, the amount they have worked amid their break," Wenger said. "After, once you know where you stand, they require a balanced program and to perceive how rapidly you can fit them in once more. "Obviously it depends too on what is the need in the squad, what is their quality. These things together settle on your choice. "Do you put them on the seat when they are not prepared? It is less demanding to put a striker on the seat than a safeguard, once in a while. Since in a brief period they can have an effect. We'll see.
The Chilean forward is the gunners highest goal scorer in all competitions last season, scoring 25goals and also helping his team to the final of the confederation loss to the hand of what we call Germany team B team