Wenger hints at discontent with Alexis Sanchez

Doug Mendoza
September 24, 2017

"But with the level of transfer fees, and amounts of money players want, more and more will go into the final year of contracts".

Arsenal smashed their transfer record to sign Alexandre Lacazette for £56.5 million but that amount paled in comparison to the sum Paris Saint-Germain paid for Neymar (€222million/£198 million).

The former Red Devils defender told Sky Sports News: "I've not seen the Alexis Sanchez news, so you have given me something I haven't heard before, but, from that point of view, United, from a general perspective, should always be challenging for the best players in the world and bringing them in".

'I just try to get him back to full fitness and for me the Europa League and the League Cup is important as well.

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Wenger noted that Germany's chancellor, Angela Merkel, had recently urged Uefa and Federation Internationale de Football Association to introduce new rules to control the spending on transfer fees.

The German scored eight Premier League goals and provided nine assists last season as the Gunners failed to qualify for Champions League football for the first time in 20 years. But you can not be in between.

"The clubs want too much for normal players, because they say if one player is worth £200million, then this player is worth £50m". The regulation has to be stricter and clearer, or open it completely: you can do what you want provided you can guarantee you have the money to pay. "At the moment, we are a bit in-between and that does not work". "So what happens? The club can not sell and doesn't extend the contract, so more players go into the final year of their contract".

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