[Photo] Alexis Sanchez Hints At Playing Against West Ham

By on August 8, 2015
Alexis Sanchez

Image: Mirror

Alexis Sanchez has taken to Instagram to hint that he could yet be involved when Arsenal take on West Ham at the Emirates tomorrow.

The attacker only returned to full training on Wednesday following his extended break after helping Chile win the Copa America last month.

However, Arsene Wenger confirmed that the 26-year-old has returned in excellent condition – which isn’t surprising considering he was training on the beach during his holidays.

The boss stopped short of saying Alexis will be involved tomorrow but he didn’t rule it out entirely after saying he will assess the attacker after training today.

Sanchez has now hinted that he could be involved in the game tomorrow after taking to Instagram to upload a photo with a message saying ‘let go Gunners tomorrow’.

He could just be showing encouragement to the other players and the fans, or he could be suggesting he knows he’ll feature in the game himself, but no doubt Sanchez will be itching to play.

I personally think it would be a risk after only a few days training but he’s one of the fittest players in the squad and I’m sure Wenger won’t play him unless he thinks he’s ready.

Vamos Gunners mañana let's go Gunners tomorrow .

A photo posted by Alexis Sanchez (@alexis_officia1) on


  1. edimop

    August 8, 2015 at 9:49 pm

    y is it DAT arsenal are d only club giving weeks of rest even at beginning of season, its nonsense. he and Vidal played together in d final and Vidal has started playing while Sanchez just came back on training, it sounds stupid

  2. edimop

    August 8, 2015 at 9:57 pm

    dis is exactly wat happened in d case of ozil,bgf and poldi as if bgf and poldi played all d matches and we all no wat happened in dere absence. d super sub schurrel and gotze started d league with dere clubs last season after helping German win d world cup.So Wenger please allow Sanchez to play tomorrow, he is fit and ready to play

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *