Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti still haunted by past collapses

Tricia Pearson
March 7, 2017

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger previously dismissed reports of a training-ground bust-up involving Sanchez as "completely false" on Monday.

Arsenal fans are apparently getting ready to stage a big anti-Wenger protest ahead of their Champions League game against Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

Sanchez is believed to have had an angry exchange with fellow players after leaving training mid-session prior to Saturday's loss at Liverpool.

Craig Burley can not wrap his head around why Alexis Sanchez would sign a new deal as Arsenal are trending backwards.

Alexis Sanchez's departure from Arsenal grows more and inevitable by the day.

Liverpool have now amassed 19 points from a possible 27 against the top-six teams in the league, despite losing to five teams in bottom half of the table this season.

Losing the World Cup victor for the Emirates Stadium showdown is another blow for Arsenal, who faces the daunting task of having to overturn a 5-1 deficit from the first leg.

Unless the Arsenal pair really did share one heck of a handshake today - it seems likely there'll be some changes at Arsenal this summer one way or another.

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"No, we always make the analysis without knowing who is playing".

The Sun claims Sanchez has "come out fighting" since he was dropped for the clash at Liverpool, while the Metro says that Arsenal will call the shots on the Chilean's future.

But despite interest from Manchester City and Chelsea in the former Barcelona ace, the Gunners will play hard ball and bar him from signing for any other side in England.

"I think we are in the best football club in the world and we have to show pride and commitment to defend the pride of this club".

"I understand you have to feed the newspaper and we respect that", a calm Wenger said.

Liverpool, with just two wins in 12 attempts in the calendar year before this meeting, looked anxious in defence.

"We were unlucky with some decisions in the second half", Wenger said. "In this game, maybe because we have nothing to lose, we can let the handbrake off and play with more freedom". The Gunners also want to get back to winning ways to keep themselves in the race for a Champions League spot. "A decision like that is not easy to make but you always have to stand up", he said.

Asked about his relationship with the 28-year-old, the Frenchman said: "Honest and normal like with every single player".

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