The gunners finally finished the transfer of Alexis Sanchez to the red devils on Monday and the Chilean international is now a player of Manchester United.
The Chilean international spent three and a half years at the Emirates stadium and scored 80 goals in 160 appearances for the North London club. The player however made a statement and says left for same reason as Thiery Henry which made some Gooners criticise the legend claiming that he told Alexis Sanchez to leave the club.
The now red devils star has clarified those accusations in his latest tweet today saying that it was his personal opinion and makes wish of seeing Thiery Henry as Arsenal manager.
ALEXIS SANCHEZ TWEET.
I want to clarify that Henry never told me to leave the club, it was a personal decision … he LOVES the club and someday it would be nice to see him as the arsenal coach because he loves the club …
— Alexis Sánchez (@Alexis_Sanchez) January 24, 2018
The player was angry that people put their arms towards the legend concerning his leaving of the club and wrote:
““ I want to clarify that Henry never told me to leave the club, it was a personal decision … he LOVES the club and someday it would be nice to see him as the arsenal coach because he loves the club ... ””
The Chilean international claims that would wish to see the gunners as the coach of Arsenal manager.
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