Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are yet to sign new deals that could extend their time at the Emirates stadium. It is said that the rest of the Arsenal players are angry about the duo according to the London Evening Standard which says that the two star players snubbed to attend the club media day which took place on the 21st of last month a day after the gunners had beaten Doncaster Rovers. That event is important and the club officials had invited all the players because in order to satsify the sponsorship agreements.
There has been a lot of speculation over the future of the two players who have refused to put to pen new contracts even though the gunners are willing to offer the new deals. Arsenal supporters have been begging the club to offer Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez new deals because these two are the best players the gunners have had in years and have so far helped the gunners win three FA Cup trophies and three Community Shields.
The Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil saga has been making papers to sell this year as many clubs are said to be interested in the players while Arsene Wenger has maintained his stand that he is hopefully that the saga will end soon as he says that negotiations haven’t begun but will soon be starting. This news comes after there has been reports all over sports media companies saying that Mesut Ozil is ready to quit the Emirates stadium and join Inter Milan in January because he is fed up of Arsenal.
Both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are in the last months of their old contract terms and it is believed that the gunners may only be able to retain one on these players and that may be Ozil because he always takes to social media to congratulate his teammates after the end of matches he did not take in which usually gives them hope that he is happy in London.
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