Alexis Sanchez To Join Juventus Due To His Relationship With Wenger?

Alexis Sanchez Celebrating Arsenal Goal

The relationship between Arsene Wenger and Alexis Sanchez is not the best at the moment, which makes people question whether the Chilean is about to leave Arsenal…

Online betting news in the UK keep reporting lately about how badly Alexis Sanchez feels at Arsenal and how wrong his relationship is with the coaching staff as well as his teammates. Is it possible that Alexis Sanchez is looking for a way out of Arsenal? Is he going to move somewhere else as soon as the summer transfer window opens?

The latest Alexis Sanchez transfer rumours started to widespread after the latest Arsenal match this weekend. Wenger didn’t pick Sanchez in the starting line-up against Liverpool. According to UK media, Sanchez had a fight with the coaching staff on the trainings and he was left out as a punishment for his behaviour. Which provides sources to rumours about Alexis Sanchez leaving Arsenal at the end of the season.

Alexis Sanchez is about to return to Serie A

Alexis Sanchez’s very first important team in Europe was Serie A side Udinese. That’s where he became a famous football player in Europe and that’s from where he left for FC Barcelona. Alexis Sanchez was a fan-favourite in Udine and while he is to return to Italy, his legacy might go wrong as he would join Udenese’s rival Juventus this time.

Is is possible for Alexis Sanchez to join Juventus? According to the predictions by online sportsbooks in the UK, it most definitely is a possible scenario. The odds for Alexis Sanchez to join Juventus are 5.00 (4/1) at Paddy Power. Another well liked topic is Alexis Sanchez joining Liverpool, however, the odds for that to happen are 29.00 (28/1) at the moment. PSG are another favourites for his signature with 6.00 (5/1) odds.

Which one do you think will be Alexis Sanchez’s next club? Let us know by leaving a comment below!

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