Alexis Sanchez deletes tweet after location sends Arsenal fans into panic mode

However, upon closer inspection of the post via Alexis' official Twitter account - his location has sent a large section of Gunners supporters into panic.

Sanchez was accompanied by his girlfriend, and it is entirely possible that he is simply travelling to Paris for a short break - several Arsenal players have already posted holiday snaps after Wenger afforded them time off after beating Leicester City on Friday.

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And yet what felt like the perfect start for Lacazette was perhaps also the worst for Arsenal.

"I'm personally convinced that will happen soon", Wenger was quoted as saying by espnfc in a Football Writers' Association Live event to raise money for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire disaster.

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Interestingly enough, he went on to add that Arsenal was not able to extend his contract last season.

The Sun say the injury plagued star thinks his time at Arsenal is coming to an end. One name which has been constant throughout the summer is that of Thomas Lemar.

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The 28-year-old's future with the Gunners has been a big talking point over the summer transfer window, with the Chilean in the final 12 months of his contract and no signs of an extension. That should give players the boost they need to compete and hopefully lift the title next year. No club would ever be attracted to their purchase whilst their wage alone would critically over-shadow over that of better sourced or homegrown players. "The biggest worry is Manchester City and that's the problem". Their inflated wages remain a sole issue and mass exodus from a 33 man squad would be seen as a small miracle.

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