Farewell! Shock as Sanchez reacts to defeat against Bayern with exit message

Arsenal fans have been worrying about Alexis Sanchez’s body language in recent weeks and the Chilean did little to hide his anger after the Gunners collapsed to a 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.

Chelsea and Mesut Ozil have less than 18 months left on their current contract with Arsenal and have so far refused to sign a new deal and although Wenger has done his best to reassure the fans that the duo will put pen to paper on new deals, it is generally believe that Arsenal poor form since December could see the world class duo leave the club for a club where they will have proper chance of success.

Sanchez had equalised for the Gunners shortly before half-time but Arsene Wenger’s men were soon 5-1 down on aggregate after a brace from Thiago and a header from Robert Lewandowski.

Due to Sanchez’s contractual situation, there has been speculations linking him with Bayern Munich, Manchester City and PSG in the last few months and the rumours can only intensify with the way this season is shaping out.

Thomas Muller capped Bayern’s victory with a goal in the dying minutes and Sanchez was seen crouching down on the halfway line away from the rest of his team-mates, in a photo captured by Goal correspondent Chris Wheatley.

Sanchez’s body language in games against Bournemouth and Swansea last month sparked fears among fans that he wanted to leave and this will do little to quash those worries, especially given the result.

Arsenal simply can’t afford to lose Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil now but I doubt the fans will be angry at the duo if they choose to leave. Wenger brought this upon the claim and the players can’t be blamed for being ambitious. Many Arsenal fans now think Robin Van Persie’s claim that we are not ambitious was right and will likely forgive Sanchez and Ozil if they both choose to leave.

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