Ozil puts future on hold

Posted April 14, 2017

Alexis Sanchez wants out at Arsenal, and Manchester City and Manchester United are on high alert with a bidding war possible this summer.

Sanchez, who has 22 goals in most competitions this year, played the full 90 minutes as Arsenal stolen to your risky 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace on Monday. "Yes, OK", Wenger said with a laugh.

"I can not confirm we have offered that", Wenger told reporters. Will that continue to go up? He is laughing and he said to me last summer "come to Arsenal".

Ozil and Sanchez both have deals that expire after next season, with contract talks on hold until the current campaign ends.

"In the final part of the season, with eight games to go, it's hard when you get distracted". There's this thing of losing tonight and where it leaves you for top four.

Fenerbahce are one club who have reportedly shown an interest but, while Ozil's Turkish heritage may prove an enticing factor, they wouldn't be able to get anywhere near to his wage demands.

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"It's not just about the boss or the fans - it's about the whole club and playing for the whole club".

Arsenal face Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium on Monday.

Indeed, while the pair are Arsenal's most talented players-and Sanchez can probably still lay claim to being their best player this season-their recent displays have been disappointing.

"We might get there, we might not get there, but the only way to get there is to believe we can do it", he said. That's how I feel and I'm sure lots of other players are exactly the same.

With the right management and the right personnel to complement them, the pair are still players you can build a title-winning team around, but they have neither at Arsenal.