The gunners are travelling to the Vicarage Road stadium on Saturday as they hope to secure all the three points. There are some reports that Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez will not be given a start against Watford because his mentally weak according to the METRO who say that the Chilean is still disappointed and heart broken after Chile failed to qualify for the FIFA WORLD CUP which will take place in Russia next year.
Alexis Sanchez has had a lot on his mind in the last four months with transfer speculations all over his head as he was linked with a number of clubs and as Arsenal block his desired move from the Emirates stadium to Manchester City on deadline day but the Chilean had started forgetting all that as he had started showing the old Alexis Sanchez who likes giving his all to the club but it is said that the player isn’t happy that he will not be taking any part in next year’s FIFA WORLD CUP yet it is every player’s dream to take part in it.
Alexis Sanchez is expected to be given a rest on Saturday by Arsene Wenger in order to ease off the stress the player is facing currently because he wouldn’t want to risk the Arsenal match with playing a player who isn’t fine in mind because it is a match the gunners need in order to keep the pressure on the top four and even the log leaders who are just 6 points away from the gunners.
Some Arsenal supporters were surprisingly happy that Alexis Sanchez’s country did not qualify because they believe that the Chilean was feeling too much superior than all other members of the squad but they urge the player not to focus on the fact that he won’t be playing in the FIFA WORLD CUP next year but focus on the Arsenal team because that is what he is payed for.
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