Alexis Sanchez played for Arsenal Football Club. The Chilean forward joined Arsenal from Barcelona in 2014 for £31.7m. Sanchez left Arsenal for Manchester United in 2018 in a swap deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan. In total, he made 166 appearances for Arsenal and scored 80 goals. The Copa America Winner wore the number 17 and number 7 shirts for Arsenal. He was born on December 19, 1988. Alexis currently plays for Inter Milan.
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Amid the hilarity of Harry Kane's performance against Arsenal and his complete no-show this season, it occurred to me that Manchester City have, yet again, disturbed a rival player to the point of crippling him.
Inter Milan have made Alexandre Lacazette their 'top target' for a January move, but they have to get rid of Alexis Sanchez, who has been told he can leave for free.
Alexis Sanchez has been told he can leave Inter Milan for nothing despite having just under two years left on his current deal.
As Arsenal wrestle with several clubs to try and exact full market value for their players, I looked back at some of the biggest hits Arsenal have taken in the transfer market.
Emi Martinez made his debut for Argentina this week as they drew 1-1 with Alexis Sanchez's Chile, so how did the former Arsenal man do?
Not that long ago you could hardly move without bumping into an article about Alexis Sanchez but over recent months things have been very quiet, so how is he getting on?
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has spoken about leaving Arsenal for Roma following Alexis Sanchez saying he wanted to leave Manchester United after 1 day
Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, confirmed on Wednesday night that a deal had been agreed with Inter Milan that would see Alexis Sanchez leave the club permanently.
Manchester United will sell Alexis Sanchez to Inter Milan for free, in a similar fashion to Henrikh Mkhitaryan's impending transfer to AS Roma.
As Henrikh Mkhitaryan moves on with his life in Rome, Alexis Sanchez's future is still undecided but one thing is for sure - he has no home at Manchester United.
Alexis Sanchez is suffering a 'very tortuous' time since leaving Arsenal for Manchester United, according to Chile coach Reinaldo Rueda.
Alexis Sanchez won't take a pay-cut to leave Manchester United in the upcoming transfer window, according to reports.
Alexis Sanchez has dislocated tendons in his left ankle, picking up an injury whilst on international duty with Chile.
Alexis Sanchez scored one, had one goal taken away before being sent off after a dive, in an eventful first start for Inter Milan.
Since swapping shirts with Henrikh Mkhitaryan, the Chilean scored just five goals in 45 games/18 months and the £20m price United were reportedly asking in the summer highlights just how low his stock has fallen.
Alexis Sanchez was a player who rarely got injured. Then he encountered Jose Mourinho and his body started to fall apart. That’s a nice story, and there could well be truth to it given how emotions play a part in physical health, but, mostly, Alexis’s issues were all too easy to predict.
Alexis Sanchez says he doesn't regret leaving Arsenal for Manchester United, despite his spell at the club being a complete disaster so far.
Alexis Sanchez is expected in Milan today or tomorrow for a medical ahead of a loan switch that sees United still have to pay the majority of the Chilean's wages.
As reports emerge of Arsenal trying to structure deals to bring Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang up to Mesut Ozil-level wages while Manchester United try to shift Alexis Sanchez on, it looks like the German actually earns more than the Chilean as a basic salary.
Alexis Sanchez's terrible injury record since joining Manchester United is set to continue, after the winger appeared to pull his hamstring on international duty.
Chile's manager, Reinaldo Rueda, has revealed he believes Alexis Sanchez's problems at Manchester United are because he lacks an 'emotional bond' with his teammates.
Alexis Sanchez's agent Fernando Felicevich has already met with Inter Milan and Juventus, as the former Gunner seems likely to leave Manchester United this summer.
Reports emerging from Manchester United claiming that the players there have turned on Alexis Sanchez bear a striking resemblance to rumours that came out of Arsenal.
Alexis Sanchez has cost Manchester United £22,835 for every touch he's taken in the league since he signed for the club last January.
Manchester United are reportedly prepared to pay £13m just to get rid of Alexis Sanchez.
Mesut Ozil's time on Arsenal's bench has cost the club £3,332,077 this season but it's not as much as Alexis Sanchez has cost Manchester United to do the same.
Alexis Sanchez will leave Manchester United in June despite his contract running until 2022 according to a report from Italy.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer worries Alexis Sanchez may have damaged his ligaments in Saturday's clash with Southampton, which would rule him out of the clash with Arsenal.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is proving Arsenal got the better end of the Alexis Sanchez swap deal, scoring more league goals this week than the Manchester United forward has this season.
Alexis Sanchez is worried that he hasn't shown his best form for Manchester United, and he's put part of the blame on the fact he hasn't had the ball enough this season.
Marc Overmars believes Alexis Sanchez could return to Arsenal however he might be the only person on the planet to think that.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted he'd welcome the Arsenal fans in the Emirates Stadium turning against Alexis Sanchez on Friday.
One year ago today, Arsenal and Manchester United performed an unlikely swap deal that saw Alexis Sanchez leave for Manchester United and Henrikh Mkhitaryan head the other way.
Manchester United have a bit of an injury and suspension crisis ahead of their clash with Arsenal on Wednesday, with multiple key players set to miss out.
Emile Smith Rowe has made an impressive start to life in senior football, so much so that he's starting to embarrass former Gunner Alexis Sanchez with his performances.
Alexis Sanchez will face around six weeks on the sidelines after he damaged his hamstring in Manchester United training and Jose Mourinho has been bemoaning the players' bad luck since he signed in January.
David de Gea is apparently demanding wage parity with Alexis Sanchez to sign a new Manchester United contract.
Alexis Sanchez has reportedly been left 'raging' after Jose Mourinho decided not to select him for the squad to face Young Boys, despite the Chilean forward being fit.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is scoring and assisting at around the same rate as during his time at Borussia Dortmund when he was on fire.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan was widely criticised after his display for Arsenal against Bournemouth on Sunday and it got some fans wondering, who got the worst deal, Arsenal or Manchester United?