The forward is understood to have various concerns with how things are going at the Emirates Stadium—with his latest outburst coming when he was replaced by Francis Coquelin six minutes before the end of the Gunners’ bout against Norwich City in the Premier League last weekend.
According to the broadsheet, the North London heavyweights may now face a struggle to keep the Chilean attacker at the club beyond the end of his two-year deal, with hopes of his signing an extension in jeopardy.
Should Alexis’s discontent continue to grow, it would represent an ever-increasing problem for the Gunners and Wenger.
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The forward has once again been a key man for Arsenal this season, scoring 12 goals and contributing four assists in 28 outings this term, and while he hasn’t managed to recreate the superb form he demonstrated during his first season in the EPL, a problem with Sanchez would come as a major concern to Wenger and his increasingly troubled reign.