Arsenal FC duo of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have been supposedly informed that the club won’t bow to their agreement requests, as per cases credit to the club’s chairman Chips Keswick.
With vulnerability approaching around Arsene Wenger’s future, the stars who are both looking for £250,000 per week to stay at the club are additionally accepted to consider the Frenchman’s future before penning another contract arrangement but it’s looking impossible they’ll get what they need.
According to Daily Mail, the club’s manager Chief Keswick has cautioned that the club won’t burn up all available resources to give into players’ requests.
Keswick stated the club would be “balanced” in arranging existing contracts in spite of Arsenal’s most recent financial related report demonstrating the Gunners’ cash reserves holds added up to £100.5million.
Arsene Wenger has officially tied Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny to a new contract deal, however, the fans are frantic for Sanchez to confer his future to the club.
The Chilean looked crestfallen after Arsenal’s 5-1 whipping at Bayern and barring an FA Cup trophy run, major laurel is improbable this season for the London outfit
Mesut Ozil is the Gunner’s highest earner on £140,000 every week – the club may need to choose on one of the two – and they may need to do it snappy.
Keswick demanded that Arsenal will keep on extending contracts, he said commenting on the club’s funds that, “further work is required in the area of contract agreement restorations and we will keep on investing objectively in our squad maintenance”.
Maintenance is the catchphrase, and if Arsene Wenger needs to hold his employment under mounting pressure, the mark of Sanchez will be a stage in the correct bearing.
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