Sanchez Dominates Shirt Sales & Leads To 403% Rise In Purchases

By on September 25, 2014

Unsurprisingly, Alexis Sanchez dominated the Arsenal shirt sales this summer following his move from Barcelona with the attacker accounting for over 36% of all sales.

The Chilean international arrived in July amid a flurry of excitement from Gooners across the world after completing a £32m move from the Nou Camp.

And it seems many Arsenal fans chose to have the 25-year-old’s name on their shirt this season with online retailer Kitbag revealing today that 36.4% of all personalised Arsenal shirts sold through their website went with Sanchez – or ‘Alexis’ as he prefers to be known.

As a percentage per club, Sanchez is only second to Ronaldo (38%) worldwide, ahead of the likes of Sergio Aguero (33.7%), Cesc Fabregas (26.6%) and Angel Di Maria (20.6%).

Kitbag also revealed a huge increase in Arsenal shirt sales this summer with our new signings and the launch of the new Puma kits resulting in a staggering 403% rise in shirt sales.

With Sanchez the clear favourite among the fan base, it just goes to show the kind of impact a big-money signing can have.



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