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Alexis Sanchez: Chileans planning protest to get striker out of Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez: Chileans planning protest to get striker out of Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez

Thousands of Chilean football fans have signed up to march in protest against the striker remaining at Arsenal.

Thousands of Alexis Sanchez’s countrymen are planning a protest in Chile to get the striker out of Arsenal.

Sanchez has been Arsenal’s standout player this season as they continue to crumble on all fronts this season

Following Arsenal’s 5-1 humiliation at Bayern Munich on Wednesday, February 15 over the season, thousands of Chileans are frustrated and want their star man, Sanchez to leave the club.

 

Thousands of Chilean football fans have signed up to march in protest against the striker remaining at Arsenal.

Over 5000 supporters have agreed to a Facebook event that has organised a street protest on March 1.

"Chileans are tired of watching one of our stars work alone so that their team can move forward," the description of the Facebook event reads.

"We do not want him to play in Madrid, not to return to Barcelona, the truth is that we do not give a damn what team to play, we just want to see him fight along with ten others to get results. No more alone."

Sanchez meanwhile was spotted at the Heathrow Airport  on his way our of England.

 

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the 28-year-old had flown to Spain for a court case in Barcelona.

Sanchez joined Arsenal in the summer of 2014 and has 18 months remaining on his current contract.

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