Arsenal star hits out at ‘Wenger Out’ protesters
LONDON season, culminating in a partial boycott of Arsenal’s last home game, in which they beat Sunderland 2-0 in a stadium that was less than full.
But Sanchez said the protests were ‘very bad’ and heaped praise on his boss.
“For me, it (fan demonstrations) is very bad,” said the Chilean. “He is the manager who gave a stadium to the club, won cups, and he has been 21 years in the job.
“He is the creator of the stadium, the players and style of the club.”
Sanchez has been Arsenal’s
“This is normal. I think in every team they always buy more players. Barca, Real Madrid, Bayern, they always buy more players and I think we can have the option to buy more players to be stronger every day.”
Meanwhile, Yaya Toure wants a contract resolution next week as Manchester City stars wait to hear their fate.
Most of those with deals running out at the end of June have been kept guessing over their futures by Pep Guardiola, and Toure hopes to have an answer over the next seven days.
City sources suggest there is a ‘strong chance’ the Ivorian will be offered an extension to his sevenyear stay and hope Toure will still be there next season.
His fellow midfielder Fernandinho said: “I hope he stays — he’s a top player. We want him in the side as he makes our life much easier.
“When he gets the ball, you don’t know what he is capable of doing. He’s shown his quality over the years he’s been here. He’s still a key player for us.” Agencies
Alexis Sanchez (right) says Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is ‘the creator’ of everything at the club.