Alexis Sanchez is ‘uncomfortable’ and ‘frustrated’ with a lack of ambition at Arsenal, according to reports.
After enjoying a stellar debut campaign in the Premier League, scoring 25 goals in 52 games, Sanchez has endured a more difficult season this year.
The Chilean was ruled out through injury from November and January, and has visibly struggled with fatigue at times.
He has still scored 17 goals in 38 games however, despite Arsenal’s Premier League title challenge faltering, and their hopes in all three cup competitions ending prematurely.
The 27-year-old is reported to have clashed with Arsenal manager on a number of occasions this season, including when he stormed out after being substituted against Norwich recently.
According to AS Chile, Sanchez is ‘uncomfortable’ at the Emirates, and is ‘frustrated’ by the fact that he believes there is ‘little ambition’ at the club.
The report adds that ‘the immediate future does not seem auspicious’ to Sanchez, whose Arsenal contract expires in two years.
Several clubs have shown an interest, AS claim, before listing Bayern Munich and Juventus as those monitoring the situation. Another side, Manchester City, are also linked. Because that makes sense.