Tuesday, 18 July 2017

ARSENE WENGER TALK TOUGH ON SANCHEZ AND VOW NOT TO SELL HIM... Read Full Statement Of Him Here.


Sanchez Is Going No Where And He Can Get Us Back To Champions League.


Arsene Wenger has confirmed he will not sell his Chilean forward man Alexis Sanchez this summer - and added that if the Chilean is so fond of the Champions League he should give his all to ensure the Gunners qualify to the Champions League next season.

Public remarks from Sanchez about his desire to be involved in Europe's top club competition have fuelled the theory he is trying to bolt for the Emirates Stadium exit before the transfer market closes.
Wenger, however, will not be swayed from his decision to make him honour the final year of his current contract even if he continues to reject a proposed new deal, thought to be worth more than £300,000 a week.  

Arsene Wenger said "We have played for 20 years in the Champions League, 
'That's 17 years before Sanchez arrived and three years with him. So he can get us back in there.
'When you play in the Champions League, everyone says: Is that all you do? Suddenly when you don't play in there it becomes a major problem.
'At the end of the season, only one team can win the Champions League.
'We have to focus on the competitions we play in and prepare seriously for that. We can't feel sorry for what we do not play."

Arsenal will compete in the Europa League in the campaign ahead but the manager admits the top target is to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2004.

'The main focus for us is to concentrate on the Premier League,' said Wenger.
'The Premier League for me today is more important than the Champions League. We rested sometimes players in the group stages of the Champions League for the Premier League, so that's become the biggest importance for us.

'After that, if you look in the Premier League in the last two years, and the last two champions, Chelsea and Leicester did not play in Europe at all.  
'We have to focus on the Premier League and prepare well.'"


Wenger with his team are on tour in China – they face Bayern Munich in a friendly on Wednesday - and has not made contact with Sanchez since his contentious remarks, made on a Chilean radio station.
Sanchez, not on the tour because of his extended international duty in the Confederations Cup.



Share:

0 comments:

Post a Comment